617 Longfellow. A two-unit townhome project located West of PCH and just East of the Greenbelt in Hermosa Beach, California. 3000+ sf homes with rooftop decks and midcentury modern touches. Estimated completion in Summer 2019.
Palm 4. AIA and Architect Magazine Award Winning Project. Four condominium community just east of Pacific Coast Highway walking distance to award winning Manhattan Beach schools and 1.4 miles to the world famous Southern California beaches. Sold out in 2017.
Helms Home is a six-unit, single-family home development built under the provisions of the Small Lot Subdivision Ordinance in Los Angeles. Each Helms Home is designed with a contemporary and slight industrial aesthetic with exposed building materials, intending to assimilate with the surrounding urban setting. The loft-like designs have openness between each floor creating volume and airflow while placing an emphasis on light, views and indoor/outdoor living. Helms Home introduces passive design and “green” building methods where possible and is solar ready. Sold out in 2016.
Elden Dwellings when purchased contained five, dilapidated, detached dwellings on a 20,000 square foot lot. A major, eco-friendly renovation was then induced to rehabilitate the structures that were originally built at different times between the 1920’s and 1960’s. The repositioning of the property to an eco-conscious, progressive rental community has been very successful.
The Pearl is a 9,500 square foot mixed use (office over retail) building constructed on what was once a gas station site. The contaminated soil had to be cleaned prior to excavating the subterranean garage. The office tenants enjoy 180-degree views of the Pacific Ocean and Laguna’s coastline. The project is now home to some of Laguna Beach’s most prosperous businesses including the Wine Gallery Laguna Beach.