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A series of social media posts by the Los Angeles Department of City Planning have unveiled a rendering for Skid Row Housing Trust's latest project in Downtown.

The proposed seven-story building, which first emerged this past February, would rise at 508 E. 4th Street, replacing the Hart Hotel.  The completed development, designed by Togawa Smith Martin, would create 40 apartments set aside exclusively to very low income households.

The project was approved by the Los Angeles City Planning Commission under the city's Priority Housing Program, which offers streamlined processing for developments that meet certain affordability thresholds.

Skid Row Housing Trust has numerous supportive housing projects in pre-development, including a proposed 14-story tower on 5th Street and a seven-story complex at 7th and San Pedro Streets.

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Warmington Residential has completed construction of The E.R.B., a mixed-use development in Eagle Rock.

Located at the intersection of Eagle Rock and York Boulevards, the project features 45 small lot houses - seven of which feature street-fronting commercial space.  The shopkeeper units satisfy a zoning requirement for Eagle Rock Boulevard that mandates ground-floor retail space, ac