A new year brings yet another plan for a mixed-use complex near Hollywood's famed intersection of Sunset and Vine.

View of amenity deck facing Vine StreetTCA Architects

An application recently published by the Los Angeles Department of City Planning details a proposal from Newport Beach-based developer Sares-Regis Group to redevelop a collection of small commercial and residential properties with a new multi-story building featuring 153 apartments above roughly 13,000 square feet of ground-floor commercial space and parking for 210 vehicles.

Sares-Regis is seeking entitlements for the project at 6336 Sunset Boulevard using density bonus incentives to permit a larger structure than allowed by zoning rules. In exchange for the development incentives, 23 of the proposed studio, one-, and two-bedroom dwellings would be reserved as affordable housing at the very low-income level.

TCA Architects is designing the project, which is depicted in renderings as a contemporary podium-type building standing seven stories in height. The new construction, which would wrap the perimeter of an existing 19-story tower at the intersection of Sunset and Vine, would use a setback along its western side to provide room for a residential amenity deck.

View looking northeast looking northeast from Vine StreetTCA Architects

The project is the latest in a recent string of similar mixed-use projects near Sunset and Vine, including neighboring apartment buildings developed by Hanover Company and Essex Property Trust, as well as a third project planned by Tooley Interests.

Sares-Regis, in addition to its newly announced Hollywood project, is also behind plans for a large residential-retail development in Del Rey.