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Next week, the Los Angeles City Planning Commission will consider an appeal against a proposed multifamily residential development just south of Pico Boulevard.

The project, located at the northeast corner of Hi Point and Pickford Streets, calls for the demolition of three single-family dwellings and a two-story apartment building to make way for a four-story edifice featuring 45 residential units over one level of underground parking.  Plans call for 41 market rate units and four apartments set aside for very low-income households.

Architect Valentine Janev is designing the low-rise development, which would be oriented around a central courtyard.

The Planning Department's staff report recommends that the appeal of the project be denied.

Two similar apartment buildings are now underway one block north at Saturn Avenue.

Image via LADCP
Image via LADCP

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The Community Corporation of Santa Monica is pursuing the development of a new senior affordable housing complex just south of the 10 Freeway.

The proposed three-story edifice, slated for a 15,000-square-foot site at 1820 14th Street, would replace a series of smaller commercial buildings with 39 apartments reserved for low-income seniors.  Plans also call for a ground-floor community room, a laundry facility, a library, and one level of underground p