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Los Angeles-based developer PacTen Partners has filed plans to construct a mixed-use residential development in Downtown's City West neighborhood.

The project, slated for a .87-acre property at 1126-1150 Wilshire Boulevard, would consist of 140 condominiums, 9,115 square feet of ground-floor commercial space and parking for 257 vehicles.

Additional details about the proposed development are currently unclear.

The project site sits almost immediately west of 1100 Wilshire, a 37-story office tower that has been converted into condominiums.  South at the corner of Bixel and Ingraham Streets, a long-vacant property is slated for a 36-story residential tower and a mid-rise hotel.

1150 Wilshire Boulevard via Google Maps
1150 Wilshire Boulevard via Google Maps

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