An L-shaped property in Downtown's South Park neighborhood is slated for redevelopment as a multifamily residential complex, per a filing with the Los Angeles Department of City Planning.

The proposed development, which would span approximately 1.25 acres at 1340 S. Hill Street, calls for razing the exisiting commerial buildings on the property to make way for a 233-unit develoment featuring 212 market rate apartments and 21 units of very low income housing.  The applicant, listed as Debra Gordon of the Chernoff Family Trust, has requested a density bonus in exchange for providing on-site affordable units.

Additional details about the project, including its height, are not listed.

The new filing represents the latest Downtown development planned south of Pico Boulevard, following a similar project from Jade Enterprises that is proposed on the opposite side of Hill Street.

Other firms, including Charles Company and L&R Group, have recently announced plans for high-rise towers.