An approximately 7,500-square-foot property in Santa Monica is slated for redevelopment with small condominium building.

The project site, located at 1244 14th Street, is a mid-block site between Wilshire Boulevard and Arizona Avenue.  Plans call for razing an existing single-family home to make way for a two-story edifice featuring five residential units.

Jennifer Wen Architecture is designing the low-rise building, which would sit atop 10 parking spaces.  Plans fall for a Modernist design with an exterior of smooth stucco.

The project was recently considered by the Santa Monica Architectural Review Board.

1244 14th Street. Image via City of Santa Monica.

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