A 6,000-square-foot property in Mid City Los Angeles could be redeveloped with a with small mixed-use building according to the agenda of last month's meeting of the P.I.C.O. Neighborhood Council's Land Use Committee.

The property, located at the southwest corner of Pico Boulevard and Curson Avenue, is linked to a limited liability company known as Cursonair.  A 2016 permit filing with the Department of Building and Safety suggest the construction of a three-story edifice, which would feature retail and office space on its first and second levels, and five residential units on its top floor.

Additional details about the proposed development are currently unclear.

The project site is located just a short distance east of the intersection of Pico and Stearns Drive, where another developer hopes to a construct a 48-unit apartment complex that incorporates architectural elements from a former Orange Julius stand.

5560-5564 W. Pico Boulevard. Image via Google Maps.
5560-5564 W. Pico Boulevard. Image via Google Maps.

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Panorama City Development Swaps Retail Space for More Housing

Proposed develompent would replace a shuttered Montgomery Ward.

A proposed $150-million development at the site of a shuttered Montgomery Ward in Panorama City may be trading retail space for more housing, according to an agenda item at next week's meeting of the Los Angeles City Planning Commission.

The ICON at Panorama, when first announced by its developer the Icon Co., called for replacing the former department store at Roscoe Boulevard and Tobias Avenue with 422 apartments and approximately 200,000 sq