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316 KENMORE AVENUE
316 Kenmore is a proposed urban infill apartment building in the central city area of Koreatown. The standard residential lot dictated the design of the building which provides 9 total units with 5 flats and 4 townhome units above. A single engineered concrete beam spans the length of the lot to provide the required parking spaces and distinct volumes help provide spacious outdoor areas for individual units. Designed as a market rate project, this achievement provides an example of the possibility of potential for land previously thought of as not suitable and too constricted for such a project. Our urban design expertise also played a big role in getting the neighborhood council and city planning department to back this unique design which intimately addresses the continuation of massing in delineating the block without conforming to the typical bland 'blocky' solution prevalent throughout the city. Currently in conceptual design phase.