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Holland Partner Group, one of the most prolific developers of the last five years in Downtown Los Angeles, has now turned its sights south to Downtown Long Beach.

Longbeachize reports that the Vancouver, Washington-based developer intends to construct an eight-story, market-rate apartment complex at the corner of 7th Street and Pacific Avenue, a few blocks north of the Blue Line's Pacific Avenue Station.  Plans call for 271 residential units, of which 11 will be set aside as affordable housing.

A rendering portrays a contemporary mid-rise structure lined with ground-floor retail space.  Architecture firm MVE + Partners is designing the 7th and Pacific development.

The project, which is set for consideration at the Long Beach Planning Commission in May, would require the demolition of the MADhaus warehouse and the relocation of the historic Parsonage House.

Elsewhere in the South Bay, Holland Partner Group is in the midst of construction at a seven-story, 375-unit development in San Pedro.

Rendering of 7th & Pacific via Holland Partner Group

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Proposed Small Lot Development Near Barnsdall Park Faces Appeal

Plans call for 18 small lot homes on Hollywood Boulevard.
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On July 24, the Central Area Planning Commission is scheduled to consider an appeal of a proposed small lot subdivision across the street from Barnsdall Park. The project, located at 4765-4773 Hollywood Boulevard, calls for demolishing an existing commercial building and parking lot to make way for the construction of 18 single-family residences.  The three-story buildings would offer floor plans between 1,794 and 2,969 square feet, each featuring a two-car garage.