The Zackary Brothers have filed updated plans for a residential-retail complex in Westwood.

The project, slated for a .31-acre property at 1855 S. Westwood Boulevard, would consist of a four-story structure featuring 33 apartments above 3,000 square feet of neighborhood-serving commercial space and two levels of underground parking.  Renderings portray a contemporary building with balconies and a central courtyard.

It is unclear how substantially the project has changed since March 2015, when it was initially submitted to the Department of City Planning.

The Los Angeles based investment firm is also listed amongst the backers of the two-tower Circa development in Downtown Los Angeles.

The proposed building joins two other residential-retail projects planned for nearby properties along Westwood Boulevard.


Image: Zackary Brothers
Image: Zackary Brothers
Image: Zackary Brothers
Image: Zackary Brothers
1855 S. Westwood Boulevard (Image: Google Maps)

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