An agenda item from the October meeting of the CRA/LA board has unveiled renderings for a new apartment complex in North Hollywood.

Developer Hartsook Grand, LLC has requested approval for a density bonus to construct a five-story structure on three parcels at 11106-11118 W. Hartsook Street, just east of Lankershim Boulevard.  The proposed development would contain a total of 61 apartments, including seven very low income units, one unit with mobility accessibility features and one with hearing/vision accessibility features.

B Raeen Construction, Inc. is representing the developer.

Additional details, such as a budget and timeline, are currently unclear.

Two blocks north, developers Trammell Crow and Greenland USA are collaborating on a potentially transformative development at North Hollywood Station's park-and-ride lot.

Rendering of 11106 W. Hartsook Street (Image: CRA/LA)
Project site outlined in red (Image: CRA/LA)

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