Plans were filed Tuesday for the new the residential and retail complex planned right next to Barnsdall Art Park in East Hollywood. Real estate news website The Real Deal had reported in May that developer LaTerra Development intended to build on the site at 4850 West Hollywood Boulevard—now it’s official.
The plans reveal how tall the complex would be: six stories. The building would be comprised of 101 residential units (no word yet on whether those would be for-rent or for-sale), plus 10,000 square feet of space for shops and restaurants, and 176 parking spaces.
To build there, the developer plans to knock down the strip mall on the site now.
The plans do not indicate that any affordable units would be included.
This pocket of East Hollywood is popping off (we’ve created a map of all the development here). One block away, at Hollywood and Edgemont, another six-story apartment complex with twice the number of units is planned. Across the street, at Hollywood and Berendo, a collection of 21 small-lot homes will replace the Center For Inquiry and Steve Allen Theater.
Head west on Hollywood Boulevard and you’ll find more construction. Two new projects between Western and the 101 Freeway are bringing 441 new apartments to the neighborhood.