A mixed-use development featuring multifamily housing and a hotel could replace a senior daycare center in Carthay.

The proposed development, slated for a nearly 30,000-square-foot property at 6075-6091 W. Pico Boulevard, calls for the construction of a 10-story edifice featuring 45 one-, two- and three-bedroom dwellings - including five affordable units - in addition to a 110-room hotel and 6,324 square feet of ground-floor commercial space.  The project would also include a three-level, 136-car parking structure, with one level located below ground and one located above grade.

Office Untitled is designing the mid-rise development, which would stand approximately 126 feet in height.  To comply with the transitional height requirements - resulting from an adjacent single-family zone - the project is designed with cascading terrace levels that resemble a Ziggurat when viewed from certain angles.  The setbacks are used to create private decks for the apartments - the majority of which would face north.

The project applicant is listed as an entity called Beverly Hills Suites, LLC, which acquired the property for approximately $9.5 million in 2017.

There is no set construction timeline for 6091 Pico at this point in time according to Gary Benjamin of Alchemy Planning + Land Use, a consultant to the developer.

Several mixed-use developments are planned on the same stretch of Pico Boulevard, including an apartment complex slated to replace an auto body shop located immediately east across Alvira Street.