Curbed Los Angeles — A major project planned for a West Adams property has been mostly a mystery since it was first proposed in 2015. Now, we’re getting our first good look at what could be in store for the site at La Cienega and Jefferson boulevards.
Renderings on the website for project developer Carmel Partners show off the development, called Cumulus. Designed by Solomon Cordwell Buenz, the complex will include a 30-story tower, a seven-story podium building, about 1,200 residential units, and 100,000 square feet of retail. A grocery store is reportedly planned to take up some of that square footage.
Open space, plazas, offices and commercial space are also part of the plans for the site, which is just north of the La Cienega/Jefferson Expo Line station. Carmel tells Curbed that the designs are still being revised and that parts of these renderings are out-of-date. But this is the best look we’ve had in three years of what might be rising on the 11-acre property.
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Photo Credit: Carmel Partners