Community meeting on Crenshaw Crossing development on July 11


Crenshaw Crossing is a transit-oriented development that Metro and Los Angeles County are pursuing. The plan is to build housing, retail and community space on two parcels totaling 3.4 acres at Exposition and Crenshaw boulevards with convenient access to adjacent Expo Line and Crenshaw/LAX Line stations.

At the community meeting on July 11 the developer — Watt Companies — will provide their latest design updates based on earlier public feedback.

Twenty percent of the residential units will be affordable to households earning 30 to 80 percent of the Area Median Income. Residents will have easy access via Metro Rail to downtown L.A., Culver City, Santa Monica, Inglewood and the LAX area — and many other communities along our area’s bus and rail networks.

The next step after the meeting will be for the developer to submit project plans to the city of Los Angeles for the entitlements.



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  1. […] Thursday 7/11 – Watt Companies and their partners are hosting a community meeting on Crenshaw Crossing, a planned transit-oriented development at Metro- and County-owned sites adjacent to Expo/Crenshaw stations. The plan is to build housing (market-rate and affordable), retail and community space on two parcels totaling 3.4 acres. The meeting will take place from 6-8 p.m. at Holman United Methodist Church, 3320 W. Adams Boulevard, in South L.A. For details and to register, see Metro’s The Source. […]

  2. Add a hotel.

    This site should be denser, make the best use of finite land in valuable location.