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Later this week, the Los Angeles City Planning Commission will review "The Rise Hollywood," a mixed-use complex proposed by a joint venture between Cal-Coast Development and Rescore.

The $110-million project is slated for an approximately two-acre site at 1311 N. Cahuenga Boulevard, currently developed with a collection of small commercial buildings.  Plans call for seven-story structure featuring 369 apartments, including 12 live-work units, 30 micro units and 20 units reserved for moderate income households.  Other features would include 2,500 square feet of retail space, as well as an underground parking garage, a public plaza, multiple outdoor decks, a gym and a recreation room.

Renderings from Nadel Architects portray a modern design, utilizing exterior materials such as painted plaster, glass and metal.  The project would include multiple pedestrian passageways cutting through the property, new street trees and live-work apartments lining Cahuenga Boulevard.

Previous reports have called for construction of the development to begin in 2016.

The Rise would sit directly across the street from Academy Square, a proposed office, retail and residential complex from Kilroy Realty.

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