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Next week, the Palms Neighborhood Council's Planning and Land Use Committee will preview a proposed mixed-use development at 10801 Venice Boulevard.

Located at the intersection of Venice and Glendon Avenue, the project is described as a six-story building featuring 63 apartments and 6,425 square feet of street-fronting commercial space.  A case filing from the Los Angeles Department of City Planning also indicates that the development would set aside six residential units as affordable housing and feature three levels of underground parking.

West Los Angeles-based Plus Architects is designing the podium-style edifice, with which would replace a small commercial structure.  Renderings portray a contemporary building featuring a rooftop deck and boxy red protrusions.

The project is being developed by Mahmood Michael Amin through the limited liability corporation Venice Adventures.

Additional details about the proposed development are unclear.

Rendering of 10801 Venice (Image: Plus Architects)
Rendering of 10801 Venice (Image: Plus Architects)
Rendering of 10801 Venice (Image: Plus Architects)
Rendering of 10801 Venice (Image: Plus Architects)
Rendering of 10801 Venice (Image: Plus Architects)
Rendering of 10801 Venice (Image: Plus Architects)
Project site and surroundings (Image: Google Maps)

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