Little Tokyo has seen construction start on a pair of new mixed-use developments within the past year, and now its Westside counterpart wants in on the action. Plans were submitted last week for a 52-apartment development at 1900 Sawtelle Boulevard, located on the northern end of the Japanese-American cultural enclave sometimes referred to as Little Osaka. The apartments would be housed within a five-to-six story building, featuring just under 3,300 square feet of ground floor restaurant space. A document from the West LA Neighborhood Council indicates that the land owner is a Mr. Peter Wilson (probably not our former Governor). However, you can expect some local Japanese-Americans to oppose this project for sentimental reasons. The building at 1900 Sawtelle formerly housed the Harada Nursery, which was founded in 1948. While not architecturally significant, the structure has served as a community landmark since shortly after the cessation of Japanese-American Internment. Although Harada Nursery has not received landmark status, City Planning acknowledged the site's historical significance in a July newsletter.