Midwood Investment & Development has shared additional details on the residential component of its Sportsmen’s Lodge project in Studio City.
The longstanding 190-room Sportsmen’s Lodge hotel at 12825 Ventura Boulevard — originally built in the 1960s — will be razed in order to pave the way for the Residences at Sportsmen’s Lodge, a proposed mixed-use complex that will include three buildings totaling 520 apartments and 1,385 parking spaces. The buildings will range from three to seven stories in height, according to Urbanize.LA.
The units will be a mix of studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments, including 78 units of affordable housing.
The Residences at Sportsmen’s Lodge, which will cost $500 million, will include roughly 46,000 square feet of ground-floor retail. The new shops and restaurants will complement the 95,000 square-foot Shops at Sportsmen’s Lodge, anchored by an Erewhon, which opened last December.
The residential project is being designed by Marmol Radziner, which is utilizing elements of mid-century modern architecture and incorporating the neighboring Los Angeles River as a focal point. The site, totaling six acres, will include more than 21,000 square feet of publicly accessible open space and a pedestrian path connecting Ventura Boulevard to the L.A. River.
Other features include a gym, outdoor kitchen and terrace decks overlooking the river.
Construction of the Residences is expected to occur over a 43-month period that will conclude in 2027.