As noted a few months back, a mixed-user for the southeast corner of Selma and Vine, first proposed seven years ago, is now back in play. Developer Camden has the project in plan check and Building Los Angeles believes work could start on the seven-story, 306-unit development before the year is out. Renderings from architect TCA (Chinatown's Jia apartments, Miracle Mile's 5550 Wilshire) show a large outdoor courtyard above the second floor, a hulking motor court entrance, and an Equinox on the first floor. No word on whether they're a real tenant or purely aspirational; Whole Foods was rumored to be part of the project during its first go-around. Right across Vine, work is supposed to start by spring on a long-stalled office building.