Los Angeles-based LaTerra Development intends to construct a mutlifamily residential development in City West, replacing an auto body shop.

The project, revealed earlier today in a filing with the Department of City Planning, calls for the construction of a of a building at 1100 Temple Street featuring 53 residential units.  The proposed design relies on density bonus incentives in exchange for setting aside 4 units as very low income housing.

LaTerra, which also has active projects in Hollywood and Rampart Village, would rise on a sliver of commercial land wrapped by the Edward R. Roybal Learning Center.

Directly across the street, G.H. Palmer Associates is currently seeking approvals to construct an immense podium-type development known as Ferrante, which would feature more than 1,500 apartments and 30,000 square feet of ground-floor commercial space.

Other developers looking west of the Harbor Freeway include the Delijani Family and Lion Real Estate Group.

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100 Apartments Planned in Silver Lake

Six-story development planned south of Fountain Avenue.

A local real estate firm hopes to redevelop a series of early 20th century buildings in Silver Lake with a mid-rise apartment complex.

Last week, California Landmark Group submitted an application to the City of Los Angeles to construct a six-story building at the northwest corner of Myra Avenue and Effie Street that would feature 100 apartments through the Transit Oriente