Carmel Partners Plans 11-Acre Cumulus District Mixed-Use Development in Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES — Carmel Partners has unveiled its full plans for Cumulus District, an 11-acre mixed-use development in Los Angeles’ Baldwin Hills neighborhood. The centerpiece of the development will be a pair of multifamily buildings rising 31 stories and seven stories with a total of 1,210 units between them.
The project is a redevelopment of a former Cumulus Media radio broadcast site. The property will also feature private underground parking for residents and 100,000 square feet of retail, with a 50,000-square-foot Whole Foods Market as the anchor.
A one-acre park will connect the two main buildings. Amenities for residents include a 24-hour fitness center, skydeck, dog run, pet spa, co-working spaces, and multiple pools and spas. The 31-story building will offer 300 units ranging from studios to penthouses, while the seven-story building will offer 910 units.
Cumulus District is located at 3333 S. La Cienega Blvd., adjacent to the Expo Line light rail, which connects the property to downtown Los Angeles and the beaches. In addition, major tech companies such as Apple and Sony Studios are located within three miles of the development.
“The launch of the Cumulus District comes at an exciting time as Culver City and West Adams go through a renaissance with the dramatic influx of some of the world’s fastest growing tech, media and entertainment companies,” a spokesperson for Carmel Partners said in a press release. “Cumulus District is poised to be a vibrant center for creativity, collaboration and innovation.”
Construction is nearly complete. Leasing of the high-rise tower residences is scheduled to begin this June with move-ins expected for this fall. Timothy Bower and Zachary Card of CBRE are handling the retail leasing efforts.
— Alex Tostado