An early 20th century home in Sun Valley is set for redevelopment with affordable housing, according to an application submitted earlier this week to the Los Angeles Department of City Planning.
The proposed project from applicant Uzi Levy, slated for a more than 22,000-square-foot site at 3016 N. Fair Avenue, would consist of a new four-story building featuring 39 one- and two-bedroom apartments above parking for 35 vehicles.
Requested entitlements include density bonus incentives which would permit a larger building than otherwise allowed by zoning rules. All of the apartments would be priced for very low-, low-, and moderate-income households, according to a case filing.
GA Engineering is designing 3016 Fair, which is depicted in renderings as a contemporary low-rise structure clad in stucco.
The proposed project would rise directly across the street from the future site of the Rory M. Shaw Wetlands Park, which will transform a 46-acre shuttered landfill into new green space with flood control benefits.
The project is not the first between Levy and GA Engineering - the developer and architect are also building a mixed-income project just south of Cal State Northridge on Reseda Boulevard.
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