Using the TOC incentives, which allow relief from zoning provisions for projects that provide affordable housing, the proposal now calls for the construction of a six-story, 65-unit building featuring 10 units of very low-income housing. Developer Pico 12300, LLC had originally filed for the project as a smaller five-story, 51-unit building with six affordable units and 4,000 square feet of ground-floor retail under the California State Density Bonus program.
Architecture firm KSK Design, which designed the already-approved version of the development, is also attached to the updated proposal.
Additional details about the project are unclear.
- West Los Angeles Archive (Urbanize LA)