An environmental report published by the Los Angeles Department of City Planning has unveiled a rendering for a proposed multifamily residential development in North Hills.

The "Sepulveda LLC Apartments Project," slated for a 4.5-acre site at Sepulveda Boulevard and Rayen Street, would consist of a T-shaped six-story complex featuring 324 market rate apartments and 44 units of very low income housing.  Plans also call for on-site amenities multiple courtyards, a game room, a fitness center and parking for 557 vehicles and 405 bicycles.

A rendering of the project, which is being designed by KTGY Group, depicts a series of modern buildings centered around a large courtyard which opens itself towards Sepulveda Boulevard.

The residential complex, which is being developed by Glendale-based Metro Investments, would be constructed over approximately 18-to-20 months.  A groundbreaking date has not been revealed.

Rendering of the proposed development (Image: LADCP)
Project site and surroundings (Image: LADCP)

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