A long-vacant property located west of Century City is finally slated for development.

Yesterday, plans were filed with the City of Los Angeles to construct a multifamily residential complex on the .58-acre lot at the southwest corner of Santa Monica and Beverly Glen Boulevards.  A case filing from the Department of City Planning describes the project as a five-to-six-story building featuring 96 apartments above parking for 164 vehicles and 102 bicycles.

The design of the project is contingent on density bonus incentives, which are requested in exchange for setting aside eight residential units as very low income housing.

The proposed development comes from Elliot Nayssan, a local developer who owns a number of mid-sized apartment buildings throughout the Westside.

10400 W. Santa Monica Boulevard (Image: Google Maps)
10400 W. Santa Monica Boulevard and surroundings (Image: Google Maps)

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Four-Story Development Tops Out at 1st & Fairfax

The project includes 45 apartments and ground-floor retail space.

The wood-and-concrete frame of a small mixed-use development near The Grove is now complete. The four-story development, which comes from local real estate firm Conroy Commercial, replaces an auto body repair shop at 1st Street and Fairfax Avenue.  City records indicate the building will feature 45 residential units atop 1,258 square feet of ground-floor commercial space above a basement parking garage. Ovalle Architects, a Long Beach-based firm, designed the contemporary low-rise structure.