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  • Marina Arts District Grows With $100M Development

    Dubbed G8, the project will be one of the area’s largest multifamily communities. California Landmark Group’s development is located in a former Marina del Rey industrial zone and is scheduled for 2019 completion.

    Los Angeles 09 October 2017 14:59
  • CLG Starts Work at its R3 Lofts Mixed-Use Project on Redwood

    California Landmark Group recently announced that is has started construction on its Marina Arts District mixed-use project. The company is currently developing its R3 Lofts project, a $30 million venture that has a development deadline set for the spring of 2016. CLG is working on the site at 4091 Redwood Avenue, where it will develop a concept that combines a residential component and dedicated creative office space aimed at its residents.

    Los Angeles 08 September 2014 14:04

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