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An Uncommon Start at Valley Live/Work/Play Campus

UNCOMMON broke ground on 24, a mixed-use residential, office and retail campus on 24 acres in Chatsworth, CA. The adaptive reuse development will transform a former Los Angeles Times printing press facility into new production studios and potential creative office space.

The project is planned for 660 luxury residential units, dozens of unique amenities and several acres of open, community-oriented green space.

24 has already been earmarked as the new corporate HQ of MGA Entertainment, a consumer entertainment products company that manufactures toys, games, dolls, consumer electronics, home décor, stationery and sporting goods.

UNCOMMON’s Ryan Hekmat says, “We are taking an under-utilized property and creating an inspiring live/work/play campus that will literally change the regional landscape.”

Santa Monica-based architecture firm Killefer Flammang Architects designed 24.

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