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24 Campus - Phase III

Los Angeles, CA
  • Bldg system

    Mass Timber

  • No. Of Stories


  • Sq. footage


The 24 is the third phase of a master planned mixed-use development, located in the San Fernando Valley. Phase III encompasses two separate multifamily buildings – Buildings A & B – on 9.5 acres of the site, comprising of a total of 338 units and over 735,000 sf of building area.    

Multiple Mass Timber structures house several amenity areas, including the main building lobby, event hall, co-working space, and fitness center. The Glue Laminated (GLT) post and beam frame is topped with 4x6 T&G decking, allowing for generous, double-height spaces.  Many of the timber beams and columns have concealed connections providing natural fire protection and warm interiors. Glass storefronts accentuate the wood structure from the exterior and allow visibility from the entry road and public plaza, making it a focal point for the 24-acre development. The project also features a 60-foot-long exterior glulam bridge spanning between the two buildings, creating a continuous roof deck for residents. A string of light-framed wood housing blocks meanders atop the mass timber podium and adjacent concrete parking garages, each block rotating to frame adjacent landscapes. While the massing of individual blocks is simple and economical, the complexity of the whole is generated by the relationship between distant parts. 

  • Construction Type:


  • Building Type:

    Multi-Family (Apartments, Condos)

  • Material Types:

    Mass Timber, Glue-Laminated Timber (GLT or glulam), Timber-Frame / Post and Beam, Heavy Timber Decking, Light-Frame

Companies Involved:
  • Works Progress Architecture


  • Englekirk Structural Engineers

    Structural Engineer

  • Uncommon Developers

    General Contractor

  • Tina Chee Landscape Studio

    Landspace Architect

Individuals Involved:
  • Carrie Strickland


  • Keegan Hebert


  • Nicole Courville


  • Diana Nishi

    Structural Engineer

  • Tom Nishi

    Structural Engineer

  • David Mas

    General Contractor

  • Tina Chee

    Landscape Architect

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