A collection of mid-century industrial buildings near Marina del Rey could make way for a mixed-use office complex, according to plans posted by the Del Rey Neighborhood Council.

The Bradmore Group, a locally-based private equity firm, submitted plans to the City of Los Angeles in August to redevelop a 2.75-acre site at 4204-4230 Glencoe Avenue with a mixed-use project consisting of 123,322 square feet of office space and 1,500 square feet of retail.  Approximately 39,000 square feet of existing uses and parking would make way for four buildings standing three stories in height.

An architect is not named in the entitlement application.

The project site is located in an area that has been branded as the Del Rey Arts District, a former industrial zone which has been developed with an array of upscale lofts over the past two decades.  One of the neighborhood's largest projects, the $100-million G8 apartment complex, are now under construction a short distance north at the intersection of Glencoe and Beach Avenue.

One block south, a longtime shopping mall at Glencoe and Maxella Avenue is slated to be redeveloped with a mixed-use apartment complex, though that project has encountered opposition from neighbors and City Councilman Mike Bonin.

The Bradmore Group, which is headquartered on Glencoe Avenue, owns numerous other industrial and office properties in the same neighborhood.