The Hollywood Walk of Fame continues to shed its once-grungy reputation.

Yesterday, plans were filed with the City of Los Angeles to construct a mixed-use development at Hollywood Boulevard and Wilcox Avenue, featuring 260 residential units and 17,800 square feet of commercial space.  According to a case filing from the Department of City Planning, the proposed 280,000-square-foot building would range from 42 feet to 160 feet in height.

The development site is currently home to the Attie Building, an early 1930s structure at 6436 W. Hollywood Boulevard.  The two-story Art Deco edifice has previously been nominated as a historic monument.

Plans for the mixed-use complex would require multiple discretionary approvals from the city, including an increase in allowable floor area.

The approximately 1.24-acre property is owned by 6436 Hollywood Eat, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company.

The proposed development would sit immediately north of the 1920s Mark Twain Hotel, which a local real estate firm is transforming into a boutique inn.