SANTA MONICA, CA
Pacific Landing is a mixed-use, 100% affordable housing project designed for people living on a limited income. Located on Lincoln Boulevard in Santa Monica on a 14,160 square foot lot within close proximity to downtown and the beach. The project is being developed by a Community Corp of Santa Monica, a local non-profit developer. The 4 story, 42,000 square foot building will replace an existing gas station. Thirty-seven residential units are provided for families in need.
Santa Monica, CA
37 Units Mixed-Use
50,300 sq ft
Westside Urban Forum Design Award
AIA LA Next LA Award
Community Corporation of Santa Monica
Nous Engineering, Structural
Yael Lir Landscape Architects, Landscape
Raimi + Associates, Sustainability
Energy Partners, Sustainability
IDiaz Design Inc, MEP Consulting Engineers
The massing of the building is broken down into several smaller components. The volumes are separated by voids, each accentuated with landscape. The roof line is reminiscent of iconic home imagery and interpreted in a new composition that ties the individual building components together. An interior courtyard at the ground level provides a landscaped respite for the residents. The units are accessed from the central courtyard that serves as shared space for the residents and includes a playground for the children. Commercial space, social services and amenities are located at the ground level. Parking is provided below grade. Ample common spaces are located throughout the building and at the rooftop terrace that opens to the North, with views of downtown Santa Monica and out towards the Santa Monica Bay. The highly sustainable building will attain LEED platinum status when complete.