FRANK GEHRY’S OCEAN AVENUE PROJECT IN SANTA MONICA APPROVED
After nine years, Frank Gehry’s Ocean Avenue project has finally received approval from the Santa Monica City Council. Originally proposed in 2013, the mixed-use development was designed as a 22-story hotel and residential tower, but was shortened to 12 stories in 2018 to comply with restrictions.
The developers also wanted to incorporate a 36,000-square-foot museum campus to the north of the structure to further enhance the cultural aspect of the site. However, the 244-foot tower has been pending city council approval for several years, following restrictions and concerns from officials. Construction is expected to begin within the next three years.
By Artchitectours|2022-07-22T11:18:06+02:00July 22nd, 2022|Sin categorizar|Comments Off on FRANK GEHRY’S OCEAN AVENUE PROJECT IN SANTA MONICA APPROVED
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