In February, the Los Angeles City Planning Commission reviewed Florida-based developer Rescore's proposed mixed-use complex in Koreatown.

In late 2015, the Boca Raton-based company filed plans filed plans to construct a residential-retail project at 3525 W. 8th Street, a two-acre site that is currently improved with a shopping center.  The proposed development would demolish the existing retail center and construct a seven-story building in its place, creating 367 residential units and 52,000 square feet of commercial space.

Plans also call for residential amenities such as a fitness center and a parking garage for 791 vehicles and 456 bicycles.

Nadel Architecs, a Los Angeles-based firm, is designing the podium-type building, which renderings show would be colored white with flourishes of red and yellow.

A budget and construction timeline are currently unclear.

A staff report recommended approval for the project.

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Live/Work Development Underway in Frogtown

The four-story building is designed by Kevin Tsai Architecture.

A small live/work development is making slow-but-steady progress in Frogtown.

The project, located on Eads Street between Blake Avenue and the Los Angeles River, will consist of a four-story edifice featuring eight dwelling units above a street-level coffee shop.