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27 New Homes Slated for Vineland and Kittridge

The homes will all be 1,325 square feet, according to the developer.

An Orange County-based developer plans on building 27 detached single-family homes scheduled for move-in about a year from now on an empty lot at the corner of Vineland Avenue and Kittridge Street.

Clearwater Communities expects to start grading the lot, located in a residential neighborhood, by January and commence construction on the three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom homes by next spring, according to its website.

Home sizes range from 1,594 square feet to 1,920 square feet and include a two-car parking garage, said Clearwater Executive Vice President Pat Donahue.

The project, dubbed Clearwater North Hollywood, was approved by the city in 2010.

To learn more about the project and to view schematics, click here.

LABornAndRaised November 19, 2012 at 09:34 PM
I've been wondering what they were going to do with that huge swath of land near the Target. So many acres of free space. Surprised, they're building single family homes. I guess that part of North Hollywood isn't super dense.
StirCrazy November 20, 2012 at 01:12 AM
Wow, 27 narrow homes (2 stories x 700 sq ft) spaced 4 feet apart, with no yard, no place for kids to play outdoors. Does this developer realize this isn't West LA? When the surrounding homes were built, there would have been about 10 on that lot.
Laura November 20, 2012 at 07:08 PM
Let me guess - beige?
ole blue eyes November 24, 2012 at 01:37 PM
Not an area that I would want to live in...
Arnold Watson January 02, 2013 at 05:39 PM
I lived in this area twenty years ago for several years and I am not impressed with this at all. It seems to me that the method of building in Los Angeles County appears to be focused on packing people in like sardines. This project does not offer any real quality of living when critiqued closely. Where is the backyard, frontyard, playground / area for children, community pool / recreation area? It appears to be more of a confinement camp than a pleasantly planned community. There appears to be no view from any of the window & door openings and the homes are way too close together. This is a disturbing trend that suggest a permanent one in Los Angeles County. I am painfully aware this trend after having spent 16 years in the professional building supply industry. Quantity over quality is the new building norm (actually has been for the last 20 years).

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