Plans have been filed for yet another high-rise residential development in South Park.

The latest project, submitted yesterday to the Los Angeles Department of City Planning, calls for replacing a warehouse at 11th and Hill Streets with a 52-story building that would feature 528 condominium units and street-level commercial uses.

The .63-acre development site, currently improved with a mid-century industrial building, is currently listed as the property of an entity known as South Hill Holdings, LLC.

The project at 1111 S. Hill Street is the latest in a string of high-rise proposals for South Park, as property owners look to vest new projects before the implementation of the affordable housing linkage fee in June.  Earlier this month, plans for similar high-rise towers were submitted for a pair of parking lots just west at 11th and Olive Streets.

Other ongoing projects in the nearby vicinity include a seven-story apartment complex by Forest City, which is now wrapping up work across Hill Street, and the restoration of the historic Herald-Examiner Building as office space.