Plans have been filed with the City of Los Angeles for a new mixed-use development in Historic South Central.

Although exact details are currently unclear, the project would consist of a multi-story building features residential units above ground-floor retail space, is slated for an approximately two-acre site at 2528 S. Grand Avenue.  A case filing from the Department of City Planning indicates that the development would include more than 50 dwelling units, a portion of which would be set aside as affordable housing.

Sources indicate that the project is being developed by the real estate firm CityView.  The Los Angeles-based company is currently constructing a seven-story development on a long-vacant property in Koreatown.

The proposed development, located in a former industrial district, would require a zone change and a general plan amendment.

The project is located a short distance east of the Lorenzo, an existing residential-retail complex which abuts the Expo Line's LATCC/Ortho Institute Station.

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h.Club LA Takes Shape at Hollywood & Vine

The social club is scheduled to open in 2018.

At Hollywood and Vine, a blue construction crane towers above the former Redbury Hotel, as the Los Angeles outpost of the London-based Hospital Club takes shape.

Dubbed h.Club LA, the five-story property will offer "dedicated space for artists and entrepreneurs to connect and collaborate."  Other offerings will include space for musical performances, film screenings, album launches, and other events.  Plans also call for 36 bedrooms and amenities such as a rooftop restaurant, an outdoor pool deck,