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LA River-adjacent apartment complex planned for Reseda

The six-story development would have 205 units

Commercial structures
The development would replace a row of commercial buildings on Reseda Boulevard
LA Department of City Planning

A major residential project could be on the way to Reseda, bringing 205 new apartments to the area.

The six-story development is planned for 6670 North Reseda Boulevard, just a half-block from the LA River, and will replace a cluster of commercial and office buildings that now stand on the project site.

Plans published last week on the Los Angeles Department of City Planning website show that the project will also include 5,932 square feet of commercial space, along with a total of 307 parking spaces for cars and 238 spots for bikes in a two-level garage.

18 of the units in the complex will be set aside for very low-income tenants. In return, the developer has asked for an increase in the project’s allowable height and density. A total of 24,188 square feet of open space will be included in the finished complex.

The project is similar to another six-story development proposed right across the street in 2014. That complex, called the WaterMark, is set to include 254 units of housing and some ground-floor commercial space—if it ever gets off the ground.

The project site reportedly sold in 2016, with new owners planning to start construction this year. The Department of Building and Safety issued a permit for demolition on the site in April.