After years of waiting, plans have officially been filed for the long-sought revival of the shuttered Reseda Theater.

According to the Daily News, Los Angeles-based Laemmle Theatres is expected to reopen the property at 18443 W. Sherman Way as the Reseda Laemmle Theater, featuring six auditoriums and seating for up to 345 patrons.  The original venue, built in 1948, was closed in the late 1980s and has remained as such despite multiple attempts to restore the property.

The project comes as part of a larger mixed-use project, spearheaded by nonprofit developer Thomas Safran & Associates.  The current scheme calls for Safran's company to construct a 34-unit senior affordable housing complex atop the existing building.

An exact timeline for the development has not been announced.

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Six-Story Apartment Building to Rise on Westlake Parking Lot

Another project through the Transit Oriented Communities program.

A 9,300-square-foot surface parking lot in Westlake is slated for development, according to plans filed last week with the City of Los Angeles.

The property, located at 366 S. Loma Drive, could see the construction of a six-story building featuring 39 apartments - including affordable units - above a partially subterranean parking garage.