A trio of single-family dwellings in East Hollywood could be redeveloped with condos, according to plans filed yesterday with the City of Los Angeles.

The houses, built between 1911 and 1915, are located at 539-547 N. Hobart Boulevard.  An entitlement application submitted yesterday to the Department of City Planning calls for razing each structure to make way for a 39-unit condominium building.

The project application includes Transit Oriented Communities affordable housing incentives, which would be granted in exchange for setting aside four units for extremely low-income households.  Requested incentives include increases in allowable density and floor area, as well as a height increase to four stories.

Property records list the owner of the houses as an entity affiliated with real estate investor James Cheung, who purchased all three lots in 2018.

Additional details regarding the project are unclear.

Just a block north on Melrose Avenue, a handful of larger apartment complexes are either planned or under construction.