The family behind the San Antonio Winery is reviving plans to build a mixed-use development overlooking Los Angeles State Historic Park.

The project, which was filed earlier today with the City of Los Angeles, would create residential-retail complex on a narrow, eight-acre strip of land which flanks North Broadway.  According to a case filing from the Department of City Planning, the proposal calls for a 1.1-million-square-foot development 920 apartments, 17 live/work lofts and 21,000 square feet of pedestrian-oriented commercial space.

The proposed development, whose applicant is listed as Steve Riboli of S&R Partners, is an expansion upon an earlier plan for the property that would have created a series of four-story buildings with approximatley 300 residential units.

However, this new proposal does not appear to incorporate the Capitol Milling Building, a late 19th century structure that had been slated for a residential conversion under S&R's original plan.

Additional details are unclear at this point in time.

Project site highlighted in red (Image: Google Maps)

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The project would replace three existing homes.

Irvine-based developer Calcagnie Group has plans for another small lot subdivision in Northeast Los Angeles, this time on the border between Eagle Rock and Highland Park.

The latest project, located at 6845-6855 N. Figueroa Street, would replace three existing houses with eight new residences.