The J.H. Snyder Company has unveiled renderings for a new apartment tower planned next-door to its Museum Square office complex on the Miracle Mile.
The Wilshire Curson development, named for the nearby intersection of Wilshire Boulevard and Curson Avenue, would consist of a 21-story building featuring 285 residential units. Plans also call for a two-level, 410-car basement parking garage, as well as amenities such as a rooftop pool deck.
The project site was previously entitled for the construction of a 12-story, 250,000-square-foot office building by the same company, before discarding those plans for the current residential development earlier this year.
Architecture firm MVE + Partners is designing the proposed tower, which would rise slightly over 200 feet in height. According to a project representative, the building would only be five feet taller than the previously approved office building, as floor-to-floor heights are substantially lower for residential construction.
A timeline for the project has not been announced.
The Wilshire Curson tower joins a handful of ongoing and proposed developments along the Miracle Mile, including the $388-million Academy Museum and a planned $600-million rebuild of the main LACMA facility.