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33 petite apartments headed to Melrose and Harvard

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In a new five-story building

east hollywood micro apartments Renderings courtesy of Ferrier Architecture Studio

Nearly three dozen small but sleek apartments are headed to Melrose Avenue and Harvard Boulevard, between the 101 freeway and Paramount Studios.

Developer AddaZero filed plans Wednesday to build the new 33-unit building at 4760 Melrose. The new building would reach a height of five stories, with 834 square feet of commercial space on the first floor. Three of the units will be set aside for tenants with very low incomes.

According to the architect, Graham Ferrier, the units—ranging in size from 356 to 586 square feet—will feature sleeping lofts, 14-foot tall walls of glass, 17-foot ceilings, and roll-up facades that lead to balconies. Some will boast terraces.

There will be 30 parking spaces and a shared rooftop deck.

Construction is scheduled to start by the end of this year. An opening is pegged for spring 2019.

4760 Melrose Avenue as it looks today. Via Google Maps