Commercial buildings located a block from Metro's North Hollywood Station could be cleared for a new multifamily residential development, according to an application submitted yesterday to the Los Angeles Department of City Planning.

The proposed project, which comes from developer Alan Kleinman of Elevado Group, would rise from an approximately 16,600-square-foot site located at 11338 W. Burbank Boulevard. Plans call for the construction of a new seven-story building which would feature 70 one- and two-bedroom apartments above basement and at-grade parking.

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Requested project entitlements include Transit Oriented Communities incentives allowing for a larger, denser apartment complex than would normally be permitted by zoning. In exchange, seven of the apartments are to be set aside for rent by extremely low-income households.

Maly Architects is designing the project, which is portrayed in plans as a contemporary podium-type building.

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Elevado Group is behind several similar developments in the San Fernando Valley, including a mixed-use project on the former site of Debbie Reynolds' dance studio, a proposed development at 5000 N. Vineland Avenue, and a proposed 147-unit complex on Woodman Avenue in Van Nuys.

The proposed development sits within walking distance of the park-and-ride lot of Metro's North Hollywood Station, which is poised for redevelopment with a high-rise complex, and near the future route of a new bus rapid transit line which would connect North Hollywood to Burbank, Glendale, and Pasadena.

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