A pair of early 20th-century apartment buildings has bit the dust in Westlake, allowing a modern mixed-use development to rise in their place.

The property, located just outside the Downtown freeway ring at 1312-1320 W. 8th Street, is slated for a six-story building featuring 36 apartments - including three for very low-income households - above 2,800 square feet of ground-floor commercial space.  Plans also call for 50 parking spaces, as well as an amenity deck at the roof level.

A conceptual rendering posted to LoopNet shows a nondescript mid-rise structure wrapped in stone, stucco, and glass.

Just north along Hartford Avenue, a similar multifamily residential development is now wrapping up construction.

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This Week in Leases - June 23, 2018

Two advertising studios make moves in DTLA and Park Mile.

ROW DTLA, located at the border of the Arts District and Industrial District in Downtown Los Angeles, has announced that creative advertising studio WC+A has signed a lease for 12,000 square feet of office space at the complex.