The West L.A. Sawtelle Neighborhood Council's Planning and Land Use Management committee is scheduled to review a local property owner's proposal to construct a residential-retail complex on Pico Boulevard.

The project, which would rise from a 15,000-square-foot site at 12300-12328 W. Pico Boulevard, would consist of a six-story building featuring 65 apartments - including 10 very-low-income units - with approximately 1,740 square feet of ground-floor retail space.  Plans call for a mix of studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom dwellings, in addition to amenities such as a gym and a roof deck.

KSK Design, Inc. is designing the proposed development, which would feature an exterior of smooth plaster accented by black granite.

A timeline for the 12300 Pico is currently unclear.

Developer Pico 12300, LLC originally conceived of the project as a smaller five-story, 51-unit building, but resubmitted the development in December 2017 through the City's Transit Oriented Communities program.


12300 W. Pico Boulevard. Image via WLASNC.
12300 W. Pico Boulevard. Image via Google Maps.

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