Nadel Architects-Designed Multifamily Complex Now Open in Marina del Rey
Torrance, CA - November 27, 2013 - (RealEstateRama) -- Designed by Nadel Architects, the Shores multifamily development is now open for rent at 4201 Via Marina in Marina del Rey, Calif. The $165 million complex, located just blocks away from both Venice Beach and the Marina del Rey docks, was created by one of the area’s first development teams – Jerry Epstein and actor Kirk Douglas, developers and owners of Shores, LLC; and Herb Nadel, architect and founding principal of Nadel Architects. Replacing a series of two-story, garden-style apartment buildings developed by Epstein and Douglas in the 1960s, the completion of Shores addresses the demand for higher-density, contemporary apartment living near the Pacific Ocean.
Construction is Complete on Nadel Architects-Designed Poway Plaza
Torrance, CA - August 6, 2013 - (RealEstateRama) -- Construction is complete on the Nadel Architects-designed Poway Plaza, located at 13345 Poway Rd. in Poway, Calif. The $3.5 million design-build project consists of the revitalization of an existing s...
Mixed-Use Complex Designed for the Urban Professional Now Open in Downtown Los Angeles
Torrance, CA - July 10, 2013 - (RealEstateRama) -- Designed by Nadel Architects to highlight the neighborhood’s contemporary character, the $53 million mixed-use complex is now open for rent at 1111 Wilshire Blvd. in Downtown Los Angeles. Located jus...
Nadel Architects-Designed Mixed-Use Project in Laguna Hills Approved
Torrance, CA - July 2, 2013 - (RealEstateRama) -- The entitlement package for Nadel Architects to redesign six buildings for Oakbrook Village, a 1980s-built shopping center owned by Fritz Duda Company, was approved by the city of Laguna Hills. The shop...
Construction is Complete on Nadel Architects-Designed Press-Telegram Building
Torrance, CA - June 10, 2013 - (RealEstateRama) -- Construction is complete on the Nadel Architects-designed adaptive reuse project for the Long Beach Press-Telegram Building. The $12.5-million building renovation is the first project designed according to the new Long Beach Downtown Specific Plan Guidelines, which encourage pedestrian-friendly outdoor areas, visually appealing exteriors, sustainability and efforts to preserve Long Beach history