The project site, located at the corner of Sepulveda Boulevard and Plummer Street, is slated for the construction of 15 buildings that would feature 75 townhome-style residences featuring private yards and two-car parking garages. Plans call for a mix of two- and three-bedroom units ranging between 1,190 and 1,390 square feet in size.
William Hezmalhalch Architects is designing the proposed development, which would consist of a 15 two- and three-story structures containing three-to-six units each.
A staff report by the Planning Department recommends that Planning Commission approve requested entitlements, including a general plan amendment and a zone change.
The applicant originally considered building the project as a larger 90-unit condominium complex in 2015, and later as a 54-unit apartment building with 21 standalone condominiums. However, the earlier iteration of the development failed to receive the blessing of the Los Angeles City Council.
- Granada Hills/North Hills Archive (Urbanize LA)