An automobile tow yard in northern Anaheim could soon make way for a new multifamily residential complex.

The roughly 4.5-acre property, located at 1122 N. Anaheim Boulevard, is slated for the construction of a four-story edifice featuring 269 studio, one-, and two-bedroom apartments - ranging from 594 square feet to 1,131 square feet in size - wrapping a six-story parking structure with accommodations for up to 527 vehicles.

TCA Architects is designing the project, called The Invitation, which is depicted in a rendering as a contemporary low-rise building.  Proposed on-site amenities include an outdoor kitchen area, a pool and spa deck, a gym, and a lounge room.

City records list the developer of the proposed apartment complex as Robert Kim through the Newport Beach-based entity Renaissance City North Anaheim, LLC.

As part of a development agreement considered on September 28 by the Anaheim Planning Commission, the developer is expected to make a $269,000 payment to the City of Anaheim to support its affordable housing programs.

The project site is located immediately north of a mixed-use townhome project from Lennar Corp. which is now under construction at the intersection of Anaheim Boulevard and La Palma Avenue.