Less than a week after resuscitating plans for a mixed-use use development at 8th and Harvard, Jamison Services, Inc. has filed plans for yet another residential-retail complex in Koreatown.

The project, which would rise at the southeast corner of Vermont Avenue and James M. Wood Boulevard, calls for the construction of a six-story building featuring 193 residential units - 20 of which would be designated as affordable housing - and nearly 20,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space.

Per a representative of Jamison Services, the project's official address is 900 S. Vermont Avenue.

City records show that the proposed development utilizes the City's Transit Oriented Communities incentives.  The project site is located in a Tier III zone.

Directly across the James M. Wood Boulevard, another mixed-use building featuring office space, retail, and a supermarket is now under construction.  Both properties were previously part of a larger development proposal under a different owner.

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