A single-family home completed in the early 20th century in Hollywood could be razed for a new multifamily residential building, per an application submitted earlier this month to the Los Angeles Department of City Planning.
The proposed project, which would rise from a property just north of Hollywood Boulevard at 1807 N. Van Ness Avenue, calls for the construction of two duplexes as well as a single-family home. The property would be arranged to also permit the construction of an accessory dwelling unit at a later date.
Los Angeles-based architecture firm TALLER (pronounced tah-yehr) is designing the contemporary three-story buildings, clad with fiberglass panels and capped by rooftop decks. Each units would be built with three bedrooms above at-grade parking.
City records list the project applicant at ROM Investments, a company which recently developed five small-lot houses on a neighboring site on Canyon Drive.
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