An early 20th-century building in Westlake is slated for revival, per a filing yesterday with the City of Los Angeles.

The vacant two-story building at 500 S. Lucas Avenue, constructed in 1912, is slated for an adaptive reuse project that will repurpose it for residential uses with 479 square feet of ground-floor retail space.

Additional details about the proposed development are currently unclear.

The project site, which also includes a small parking lot, is located one block north of 6th Street, where another historic building was recently repurposed as residential space through Holland Partner Group's Sofia development.

500 S. Lucas Avenue. Image via Google Maps.
500 S. Lucas Avenue. Image via Google Maps.

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