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An automobile repair shop in the Del Rey Arts District has bit the dust, clearing the way for yet another mixed-use development in the former in the former industrial zone.

The project site, located at 4061-4065 Glencoe Avenue, is slated for a five-story building that would feature 49 residential units above office or retail space and two levels of robotic underground parking.

The approximately one-acre site is located in a onetime warehouse district that has been gradually converted into residential uses since the year 2000.

Los Angeles-based California Landmark Group has developed many of the neighborhood's new residential buildings, most recently the R3 lofts on Redwood Avenue.  The company has also proposed a larger mixed-use complex that would stretch between Glencoe and Del Rey Avenue.

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Just west of the Harbor Freeway, Lion Real Estate Group is now wrapping up construction at a new apartment complex overlooking the Downtown skyline. Eastview, as the property at 327-411 Boylston Avenue is known, consists of a seven-story building featuring 121 one- and two-bedroom apartments above parking for 145 vehicles.  Plans call for 14 of the residential units to be set aside as affordable housing.