A century-old industrial-complex-turned-film-set in Lincoln Heights is now slated for a third makeover as a mixed-use development.

According to plans filed earlier this week with the City of Los Angeles, the cluster of vintage buildings at 2626 N. Lacy Street would be repurposed with a combination of live-work lofts, low-income housing, commercial office space and pedestrian-oriented retail.  According to records from the Department of City Planning, the project would include nearly 260,000 square feet of programmed space within three renovated warehouses and three newly constructed buildings.

The project's case filing indicates that the development is being spearheaded by RM/d, a Los Angeles-based real estate advisory firm.  Fifteen Group, a Miami-based real estate investment firm, also has involvement with the proposed development.

Further details about the project are currently unknown.

The approximately 2.11-acre property is located in close proximity to numerous amenities, including the Lacy Street Neighborhood Park and the Metro Gold Line's Lincoln Heights/Cypress Park Station.

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24 on Centre broke ground in October 2017.

Ten months ago, Santa Clarita-based Williams Homes broke ground on a small lot subdivision in San Pedro.  The project, which replaces a vacant lot at the intersection of 8th and Streets, is known as 24 on Centre.  Plans call for 24 single-family residences, all of which would feature a rooftop deck and a parking garage.