The project, located at 4515 Eagle Rock Boulevard, will consist of 38 single-family residences with street-fronting retail space. An entity attached to the development's case filing is affiliated with the real estate investment firm Encore Capital Management.
Los Angeles-based Rachel Allen Architecture is designing the small lot development in coordination with KTGY Architecture + Planning and SALT Landscape Architects. Renderings first spotted by the Eastsider portray a mix of contemporary two- and three-story structures, many of which feature rooftop decks.
The houses will rise at the former site of the Philippine Village, a former commercial hub for the neighborhood's Filipino community. The building was sold for $9 million in 2015, according to the Eastsider.
A similar development of small lot homes with street-facing commercial stalls was recently completed nearby near the intersection of Eagle Rock and York Boulevards.
- Eagle Rock Archive (Urbanize LA)