Tolkin Group Unveils Proposed Design for Parcel B in Downtown Culver City

The Culver City City Council meeting room was packed on October 3 and 4 with Culver Citizens eager to check out the designs proposed by the four developers named finalists to develop 9300 Culver Boulevard -- that 1-acre plot of land between Ince Parking Structure and the Culver Hotel, known as Parcel B.

In the first of a series, I present images from the presentation of the Peter, Jonathan and Francine Tolkin of the Tolkin Group. The company's proposal promises to "attract retail and entertainment-related business investment that complements existing restaurants by promoting downtown’s weekday, weekend and evening activity" and to "provide high quality, specialty retail stores, entertainment, and/or restaurants offering outdoor dining on the ground level."

Read the entire proposal from the Tolkin Group here

Here are some images of their proposed design.

 

 

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