Yet another mixed-use development is being planned in Palms, this time using the City of Los Angeles' transit oriented communities incentives.

The latest project, slated for a .85-acre site at 3664-3688 Overland Avenue, calls for the construction of two buildings featuring 187 residential units - including 19 affordable units - and 3,864 square feet of ground-floor commercial space.

Additional details about the project are not stated in its case filings with the Department of City Planning.

The proposed development is one of a half-dozen similar multifamily buildings that are either planned or underway along Overland Avenue, including the six-story, 92-unit Roy@Overland that is now rising just north of the new project site.

Two other developments - totaling more than 100 apartments - are under construction near the corner of Overland and Tabor Street, while another 41-unit project is slated for the corner of Overland and Rose Avenue.

South towards Washington Boulevard, the 135-unit Cobalt apartments are now fully framed and heading towards completion.

3664-3688 Overland Avenue. Image via Google Maps.

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