An industrial facility in South Los Angeles could make way for a housing development, according to plans submitted earlier this week to the City of Los Angeles.

The proposed development, slated for a 3.28-acre site at the northeast corner of 41st Street and Compton Avenue, calls for the construction of 127 residential units - including an unspecified amount of affordable housing.

Requested entitlements for the project include a general plan amendment and a zone change.

The project applicant is listed as an entity affiliated with affordable housing developer Thomas Safran & Associates.

The development site is located approximately a half-mile northwest of Metro's Vernon Station.

Elsewhere in the Central-Alameda neighborhood, plans were filed last year to convert a warehouse on Alameda Street into housing.