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Two industrial buildings located east of Exposition Park may be converted into residential units.

Last Friday, plans were filed with the City of Los Angeles to transform the one- and two-story complex at 3761 S. Hill Street into 33 live-work quarters for "artists and artisans."

City records list the property's owner as the limited liability company Hard Property.  The developer is being represented by Los Angeles-based Segal + Rea Architecture.

Across the freeway, a proposal from the Irvine-based Spectrum Group would create a hotel, residential and retail complex on a current surface parking lot.

3761 S. Hill Street (Image: Google Street View)
3761 S. Hill Street (Image: Google Maps)

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