Rendering: Summa Architecture

A gated community of three-story townhomes and resort-style amenities is planned for the 5.5-acre site of the now-shuttered Moneta Nursery in Gardena.

Developer Melia Homes has put forth plans to redevelop the property with 16 buildings that would house 84 two-, three- and four-bedroom residences. Dubbed ‘Evergreen Row,’ the project consists of contemporary-style, row townhomes with private entrances, one- or two-car garages, private outdoor spaces, and flexible dens or guest bedrooms. 

Rendering: Summa Architecture

Two of the townhomes would be reserved as affordable housing, offering a more compact layout with just one bedroom and one bathroom. There would be a mix of surface parking and private garage parking for a combined total of over 200 vehicle spaces.

Image: Summa Architecture

Located at 13615-13633 South Vermont Avenue, the homes at Evergreen Row would be situated around a family-friendly amenity space. The pool deck would feature chaise lounges, dining tables, shaded seating areas, a grilling station, and indoor bathrooms and changing rooms. Meantime, an adjacent tot lot and grassy lawn would provide bench seating, picnic tables and play structures.

Rendering: Summa Architecture

Designed by San Diego-based Summa Architecture, the townhomes come in three different color schemes and are grouped into four-, five- or six-plexes. Floorplans range from 833 to 1,801 square feet in size and are highlighted by features like island kitchens, open-concept living and dining spaces, spacious laundry rooms, and master bedrooms with walk-in closets and spa-like ensuite bathrooms with double sink vanities and private water closets.

Each home comes with either a flexible den that could be used as a home office or a first-floor guest bedroom with a nearby powder room.

Rendering: Summa Architecture

Evergreen Row is located near the corner of West 135th Street and Vermont Avenue, close to the Harbor Freeway, pocket parks, local schools and shopping centers. Melia Homes recently launched sales for a similar townhome project, called One Seven Eight, which is currently under construction in Gardena’s Harbor Gateway neighborhood with sales from the $700,000s.

[H/T Urbanize LA]

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