Non-profit developer Hollywood Community Housing Corp. is planning low-income apartments at a nearly half-acre property in North Hills, according to plans filed last month with the Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety.

The project site, located at 8767-8773 Parthenia Place, is currently improved with a collection of single-story structures dating to the 1950s.  City records show that the land sold for approximately $3.6 million in August 2019.

The proposed development, which is called Luna, calls for the construction of a four-story edifice featuring 73 one- and two-bedroom apartments for families and individuals atop an underground parking structure.  According to the Hollywood Community Housing website, the property will serve households earning at or below 30 and 40-to-50 percent of the area median income.

A rendering depicts a contemporary four-story structure, wrapping around a central courtyard which can be accessed from the street.

Building permits for the property have not been issued at this point in time.

Luna is the third large affordable housing development currently planned in the North Hills community.

A few blocks south on Sepulveda Boulevard, L.A. Family Housing is pursuing a 54-unit development for veterans called the Angel Apartments.

A block north at Sepulveda and Rayen Street, Meta Housing Corp. is seeking to build a 356 apartments for low-income renters.

Hollywood Community Housing Corp. is currently in the midst of construction on affordable and supportive housing developments in Historic South-Central, West Compton, and Harvard Heights.