A nearly century-old single-family home just north of Olympic Boulevard could be redeveloped with apartments, according to a proposal scheduled for review at an upcoming meeting of the Beverly Hills Planning Commission.
The proposed project, which would rise from a single parcel located at 332 S. Doheny Drive, comes from the Los Angeles-based entity 332 Doheny Group, LLC. Plans call for the construction of a new five-story building featuring nine apartments above parking for 12 vehicles.
Requested entitlements for 332 Doheny include density bonus incentives to permit relief from certain zoning rules imposed on the project site. In exchange, the developers would be required to set aside on of the proposed apartments as deed-restricted very low-income affordable housing.
The Albert Group Architects is designing the apartment complex, which is depicted in a rendering as a contemporary low-rise building clad in smooth white stucco, metal panels, and concrete.
A staff report recommends that the Planning Commission should approve the project, with conditions, and determine that the development is exempt from further review under the California Environmental Quality Act.
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