According to a document from the Los Angeles City Council, yet another mixed-use development may be in the works for El Pueblo.

A motion authored by 14th District Councilmember Jose Huizar directs the various city departments to prepare and release a request for proposals for the development of El Pueblo's Lot 2.  The two-acre parking lot, bounded by Cesar E Chavez Avenue, Spring and Main Streets, currently serves visitors to Olvera Street and several nearby museums.

The potential development comes on the heels of La Plaza Cultura Village, a $140-million mixed-use complex which broke ground in July.  The project, which is being developed by a team lead by the Trammell Crow Company, is replacing two former parking lots owned by Los Angeles County.

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Long-Vacant Property in South L.A. Poised for Mixed-Use Development

Plans call for 160 apartments and a full-service grocery store.

A two-acre lot in South Los Angeles that has been vacant since the early 1990s could finally be in line for development.

The Economic and Workforce Development Department has recommended that the the City of Los Angeles enter into an exclusive negotiating agreement with 94B, LLC for the sale of the City-owned property at 9402-9422 S.