A 15,000-square-foot property east of the Silver Lake Reservoir will give way for a multifamily residential development, per a document from the Los Angeles City Planning Commission.

Last year, UB 2468 Glendale, LLC submitted an application to the City of Los Angeles to demolish a series of small commercial buildings at 2468 N. Glendale Boulevard and construct a five-story multifamily apartment in their place.  The proposed development would feature 50 apartments - including five for very low income households - above parking for 45 vehicles.

The podium-type structure, designed by the Albert Group Architects, is portrayed with a contemporary look.  Plans call for a mixture of studio and one-bedroom apartments within the project, in addition to common space amenities.

The Los Angeles Planning Department has recommended that the Commission approve the project.

Rendering by TAG Architects
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Long-Vacant Property in South L.A. Poised for Mixed-Use Development

Plans call for 160 apartments and a full-service grocery store.

A two-acre lot in South Los Angeles that has been vacant since the early 1990s could finally be in line for development.

The Economic and Workforce Development Department has recommended that the the City of Los Angeles enter into an exclusive negotiating agreement with 94B, LLC for the sale of the City-owned property at 9402-9422 S.