The Wetherly Residences at Wetherly and Third in Beverly Grove (once also known as the Four Seasons Residences) have been in the works since at least 2008, but developers Genton Property Group are just now starting to pull permits so they can actually start building the 12-story condo tower (via Building LA). The project was approved all the way back in 2009, but some bumps along the way (the recession, a nasty fight with the neighboring Four Seasons Hotel over the name "Four Seasons") slowed it down for years.
Another sign of life for Wetherly: these new renderings, seen on Genton's site, which appear to show small changes to the previous design—most notably, a lot less green (though Genton's site does say they'll be saving all the older trees they can and landscaping along Wetherly and Altamont). These latest renderings don't credit an architect, but last we heard RTKL was designing. Most sources say the building will have 55 units, though the permits say "60 units, 10 typical units" (whatever that means), and the glass-half-full Genton website emphasizes that there will be a "Maximum of 95 units."