Ivy Station, a highly-anticipated upcoming Culver City development, is located at the intersections of Venice, Washington and National Boulevards.  Just adjacent to the Metro Expo Line of Culver City, this area is expected to become an energetic center of life for residents and visitors alike.

With the opening of the Metro Expo Line in June of 2012, interest in Culver City rapidly grew.  As excitement about the area increased, Ivy Station was envisioned as 500,000 square feet of high quality, state-of-the-art office, with apartments, a hotel, stores and restaurants within a landmark, destination-oriented environment. 

Ivy Station's proximity to the burgeoning shopping, dining and creative businesses of Culver City offers easy access to everyone.  Whether it be a family having brunch followed by a day in the park, a business professional taking a break with a cup of coffee or a group of friends grabbing a drink after a day at work, Ivy Station will have something to offer for anyone looking to step away from the rush of the city.

Through its welcoming open space, unique both in size and location, Ivy Station will be a dynamic, vibrant, active area that provides connections to transit, the community, tenants and visitors alike.  Concerts, movie nights, wine & cheese festivals, fitness classes, holiday craft fairs and seasonal activities are just some of the acitivities planned for the park.

With all of the exciting elements Ivy Station has to offer, visitors, residents, office tenants and hotel guests will all be delighted by this new, vibrant center of life in Culver City.

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Site Plan

Ivy Station – Culver City Planning – Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration

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Transit Plaza

Adjacent to the Metro Station will be the Transit Plaza, the main public open space on site, consisting of 2,900 SF that will serve as a hub for Metro, bus and bicycle riders alike. 

The Metro Expo Line connects the Westside by rail to Downtown L.A., Santa Monica, Hollywood, the South Bay, Long Beach, Pasadena and dozens of points in between, making the ride from Culver City to Downtown less than 30 minutes.  With plans to expand the Metro Rail system to 80 stations and over 87 miles of rail to destinations across Los Angeles County, this will be transformative to local residents and visitors.

In operation for more than 85 years, the Culver City Bus has been serving the Westside communities of Blair Hills, Century City, Culver City, Mar Vista, Marina Del Rey, Palms, Venice Beach, West L.A., Westchester and Westwood with safe, convenient and reliable public transportation.  With a convenient stop at Ivy Station, commuters will have easy access to the businesses, residences and retail of the area.

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