The project, submitted for review in late October by Tommy Beadel, would rise from two parcels located at 5749-5753 S. Brynhurst Avenue. Plans call for the construction of a new four-story building featuring 53 two- and three-bedroom apartments. No on-site parking is required or planned, as the property is located within a half-mile of the K Line's Hyde Park Station at Crenshaw Boulevard and Slauson.
According to plans included with the case filing, the project would cater to households at the low- and moderate-income levels.
Stockton Architects is designing the building, which would also include a central courtyard and a rear yard.
The development site sits directly across Brynhurst from a currently vacant lot at 3475 Slauson Avenue, where a groundbreaking ceremony was held earlier this year for a mixed-use project which would include 63 apartments above ground-floor commercial space. However, work on that project hast yet to proceed.
Beadel is also attached to plans for a similar ED1 affordable housing development in Boyle Heights.
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