A new presentation to the Downtown Los Angeles Neighborhood Council's Planning and Land Use Committee has unveiled renderings for SP7, Skid Row Housing Trust's latest ground-up development in the Industrial District.

Named for its location at the corner of 7th and San Pedro Streets, the project would be highlighted by a seven-story building featuring 81 apartments and various residential amenities.  Plans also call for the rehabilitating 19 existing residential units in a nearby building.

Santa Monica-based KFA, a frequent collaborator with Skid Row Housing Trust, is designing SP7 as a contemporary building with energy efficient features to achieve LEED certification.

Rendering by KFA
Rendering by KFA

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The projects would create over 90 units reserved for low-income residents.

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