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The website of architecture and design firm KTGY has unveiled renderings for a proposed mixed-use development in Los Feliz.

Plans from Santa Monica-based Dynamic Development Company call for the construction of a five-story structure at the southeast corner of Western and Franklin Avenues, replacing a gas station and a pair of small residential buildings.  The proposed development would include a total of 96 apartments - including 16 units of affordable housing - above roughly 5,500 square feet of ground-floor commercial space.

According to the KTGY website, the building would feature a "slightly-faceted" streetwall, broken up by resident balconies.  The interior would includ ea number of amenities, such as a courtyard, a swimming pool and a fitness center.

A timeline and budget for the project remain unclear.

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