A late 1920s single-family home in the Pico-Robertson neighborhood could make way for multifamily housing, according to architectural plans posted by the South Robertson Neighborhood Council.

The proposed development, submitted to the City of Los Angeles for review in July 2020, would rise from a single parcel located at 1059 S. Holt Avenue.  Plans call for of a five-story, 58-foot-tall building featuring 15 apartments above basement parking for 11 vehicles.

Property owner and project applicant Vladimir Beron is seeking Transit Oriented Communities affordable housing incentives as part of his entitlement application.  In exchange for setting aside two apartments as deed-restricted very low-income housing, the proposed building would be permitted additional height and density relative to what is allowed under the property's base zoning.

Feld & Associates is designing 1059 Holt, which would be clad in a combination of smooth stucco and alucobond panels.  Architectural plans show that the low-rise structure would be capped by a rooftop deck.

The project site is located two blocks west of the intersection of La Cienega Boulevard and Whitworth Drive, where a larger 114-unit housing complex is slated for a currently empty lot.