The following are links to pictures and information about the largest condominium and townhome / townhouse projects on the Palos Verdes Peninsula. Many of the largest townhome projects are in the area between Crest Road and Hawthorne Boulevard in the center of the Palos Verdes Peninsula in Rancho Palos Verdes and Rolling Hills Estates. A number of multi-story condominium projects are also off of Ravenspur in Rancho Palos Verdes, and in the Palos Verdes Drive South area along the ocean Other smaller condominium projects are located in Lunada Bay on Palos Verdes Drive West, and in Malaga Cove in Palos Verdes Estates. For current verification of FHA approval, Click Here
Townhome / Townhouse Projects:
Rolling Hills Estates:
Sea View Villas
Rolling Hills Park Villas
Silver Spur Court
Rancho Palos Verdes:
La Pointe (Eastview)
The Courtyards (Eastview)
Strathmore Townhomes (Eastview)
Rolling Hills Estates:
Rolling Hills Villas
Rancho Palos Verdes:
Seagate (includes some townhomes)
Palos Verdes Bay Club
Ravenspur Drive Condos
The Eastview Townhouses (Eastview Condos)
Palos Verdes Peninsula:
The Estates (includes some townhomes)
Palos Verdes Estates:
Lunada Bay Condos
Malaga Cove Condos
New Condominium Developments in Downtown Rolling Hills Estates
The City Council of Rolling Hills Estates on March 28, 2006 approved a new condominium complex intended to replace a previous car wash adjacent to the Avenue of the Peninsula shopping mall and across from the Public Library on Deep Valley Drive at 627 Deep Valley Drive. The project is planned to be a four story 58 unit condominium, with units containing two or three bedrooms with two baths, and ranging in size from 1,377 to 2,648 square feet. The project will also have roof top decks as an additional amenity. The units will be clustered around a central courtyard and will also contain 5,810 square feet of ground floor retail space.
The proposed 655-683 Deep Valley Drive and 924-950 Indian Peak Road Mixed-Use Residential Project is also currently in the planning stages.The proposed project would demolish the existing office buildings at 655 Deep Valley Drive, 924 and 950 Indian Peak Road, surface parking lots, and landscaping. Construction of the proposed project would stabilize the existing landslide and include 148 residential units, approximately 14,200 square feet (sf) of commercial area fronting Deep Valley Drive, and associated parking. The Brick Walk commercial development would be enhanced through exterior facade improvements, including, but not limited to, new paint and replacement of awnings.
Another project, which will be a mix of medical offices, condominiums and ground floor retail, is also in the planning stages, to be located at 927 Deep Valley Drive just west of the Post office on Deep Valley Drive, and adjacent to the Rolling Hills Villas.The project is planned for 75 condos and 2,000 sq. ft. of commercial space
The project is consistent with the City's vision of an urban village along
Deep Valley Drive mixing retail, office, and commercial uses in a pedestrian
On March 7, 2007 the planning commission of the City of Rolling Hills Estates recommended that the city council approve Craig Knickerbockers mixed-use project proposal for a new 16 unit condominium complex in the city's downtown area at 827 Deep Valley Drive.. The units are planned to be one bedroom, one bathroom, and a den ranging from 1,150 to 1,250 square feet, and are planned to appeal to young buyers, or to empty nester retirees wanting to maintain a small residence on the Hill. The developer will renovate an existing medical office building while building the new condo residences.
Other Condo Developments
The Highridge Condo project is currently under construction at 28220 Highridge Road in Rancho Palos Verdes, just south of Hawthorne Boulevard near the Terraces townhome project. The overall building will be a 66,249 square foot, two-story, 28-unit condominium with a 28,195 square foot subterranean garage. According to the City’s affordable housing requirements, at least two (2) units would be designated for sale to very-low-income households. Sixty-seven (67) off-street parking spaces for residents and their guests would be provided, which is the minimum number required by the City’s Development Code A common swimming pool, spa and sun deck would be located on the lowest level at the rear of the building.
The proposed Crestridge Senior Housing project to be built on Crestridge Road in Rancho Palos Verdes would develop the 9.75-acre vacant parcel located between the Belmont Assisted Living facility and the Mirandela Senior Housing complex near Crenshaw Blvd. into a senior-restricted (55+ years of age or older) for-sale residential community with supportive service program by a private developer. The proposed project would include 60 attached residential units at an overall density of 6.15 units per acre. The proposed townhome-style and single-level living stacked flat residences would have two bedrooms and two bathrooms in six different floor plans, ranging from approximately 1,700 square feet to 2,100 square feet. The units would be two stories in height with up to 5 residences per structure. The main architectural style of the residences and other onsite structures would be Spanish Colonial. Elements of this style include the use of arches, tile roofs, window grilles, wrought iron, corbels, tile or stone decorative elements low-pitched, exterior courtyards, tiled parapets and stucco walls. Other complimentary architectural styles would also be incorporated in the residential building designs. Construction of the proposed project would require grading in order to reduce the slope of portions of the hillside. A total of 145,000 cubic yards of cut and 2,000 cubic yards of fill will be conducted to accommodate the overall Project.
The City Council approved the proposed Crestridge Senior Housing Project on May 21, 2013 certifying the EIR.
Trumark Homes sold the property to Taylor Morrison, a Scottsdale Arizona based home builder immediately after obtaining the entitlements in June 2013.