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A long-stalled proposal to build a multifamily residential development in Silver Lake has quietly kicked into action.

According to realtor Dion Noravian, fencing has now been placed around the hillside lot at 2600-2650 W. Riverside Drive, signaling that construction is near for a four-story, 120-unit apartment complex.

City records which date back to 2009 link the development to Los Angeles-based GMPA Architects.  The firm's website dubs the project Riverglen II, and describe it as a trio of four-story buildings with one- and two-bedroom dwellings.  "Glass-enclosed modules" link the buildings to joint amenities, such as a rooftop pool and a recreation center.

Construction permits are currently being processed for the development.  Additional details about the project are unclear.

Potential rendering of the River Glen development (Image: GMPA Architects)
Potential rendering of the River Glen development (Image: GMPA Architects)
Potential rendering of the River Glen development (Image: GMPA Architects)
Potential rendering of the River Glen development (Image: GMPA Architects)
Potential rendering of the River Glen development (Image: GMPA Architects)
Potential rendering of the River Glen development (Image: GMPA Architects)
Potential rendering of the River Glen development (Image: GMPA Architects)
Potential rendering of the River Glen development (Image: GMPA Architects)
Potential rendering of the River Glen development (Image: GMPA Architects)
Project site and surroundings (Image: Google Maps)

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