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The City of Los Angeles has published a new environmental report which contains updated renderings for 1855 Westwood Avenue, a proposed mixed-use complex just south of Santa Monica Boulevard.

The project, which comes from local real estate firm Zackary Brothers, would replace a parking lot and auto repair facility with a five-story building featuring 33 studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments above 3,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space.

Architect Daryoush Safai is designing the low-rise structure, which would include open space through private balconies and a common rooftop deck.

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Senior Affordable Housing Approved by L.A. City Planning Commission

Thomas Safran & Associates is behind the proposed four-story development.
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A proposal to construct a senior affordable housing development just off Reseda Boulevard was approved today by the Los Angeles City Planning Commission.

Canby Woods West, a project from Thomas Safran & Associates, would rise from a currently vacant lot located at 7219-7227 N.