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)

Data Center Planned for Parking Lot Near Union Station Terminal Annex

Transit-oriented data center?

A large parking lot next door to the Union Station Terminal Annex Building is slated for development as a data center. CoreSite Realty Corp., a Denver-based owner and operator of data centers across the country, is behind the proposed development, which would raze the parking lot at 900 N. Alameda Street for the construction of a four-story, 93-foot-tall data center with nearly 180,000 square feet of floor area.