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The City of Los Angeles has published a new environmental report which contains updated renderings for 1855 Westwood Avenue, a proposed mixed-use complex just south of Santa Monica Boulevard.

The project, which comes from local real estate firm Zackary Brothers, would replace a parking lot and auto repair facility with a five-story building featuring 33 studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments above 3,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space.

Architect Daryoush Safai is designing the low-rise structure, which would include open space through private balconies and a common rooftop deck.

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Beverly Hilton Development Takes a Step Forward

Local developer hopes to build a 23-story condo tower adjacent to the iconic hotel.
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Two years after rejection at the ballot box, developer Beny Alagem is trying a more traditional route toward developing a high-rise condo tower adjacent to the Beverly Hilton Hotel.

Earlier this year, Alagem filed for an amendment to the Beverly Hilton Specific Plan, which governs the buildable area on the triangular parcel at the corner of Wilshire and Santa Monica Boulevards.  While a portio