Per a case filing from the Los Angeles Department of City Planning, a nearly 4.5-acre collection of parcels in the San Fernando Valley's North Hills neighborhood is slated to give rise to a large residential development.

The project, located at the intersection of Sepulveda Boulevard and Rayen Street, would create a total of 364 residential units, including 44 set aside for very low income households.  Plans call for a variable height structure, standing two-to-three stories on certain parts of the development site and rising four-to-five stories on others.

The proposal would require a zone change for a portion o f the site which is currently in use as a plant nursery.  Density bonus incentives have also been requested in exchange for reserving 11% of the new building's units as affordable housing.

According to city records, the project's developer is a limited liability company linked to the principal of Glendale-based real estate frm Metro Iinvestments, which focuses on infill developments throughout Southern California.

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The 28-story tower broke ground in March 2017.

Slowly but surely, the concrete frame of 1133 Hope Street rises in South Park. The 28-story tower, located just east of Metro's Pico Station, will feature 200 residential units above 5,000 square feet of ground-floor retail uses and a parking podium upon completion.  Plans for the mixed-use project dated back to 2005, when the Canadian development firm Amacon initially submitted plans for a 35-story building on the site.