A mid-century apartment building near Metro's North Hollywood Station could make way for a larger multifamily residential development, according to a filing made last week with the City of Los Angeles.

The project site, located at 5110 Bakman Avenue, is slated for the construction of a 65-unit building featuring 51 market-rate apartments and 14 units reserved as affordable housing at the low-, very low-, and extremely low-income levels.  Applicant Nir Paz proposes to replace 14 existing units in a two-story structure.

City records list the project's representative as the architecture firm Apel Design, Inc.  A flythrough video posted to the company's website depicts a five-story structure colored red, white and blue.

Additional details regarding the project are currently unclear.

The proposed development would rise a block east of the North Hollywood Recreation Center, and less than a half-mile north of a mixed-use project now under construction at the corner of Bakman and Camarillo Street.