A church and a collectible's store in West Adams couldmake way a small lot subdivision, according to plans recently submitted to the City of Los Angeles.

The property, located at 1840-1848 West Adams Boulevard, was developed with a single-story commercial building in the mid-1920s, according to Los Angeles County Assessor's records.  An application published by the Department of City Planning indicates that the nearly century-old structure is slated to be razed, making way for the construction of 10 single-family homes via the small lot subdivision ordinance.

City records indicate that the project is being developed by Tripalink, a real estate firm which specializes in co-living facilities.

Envirotecture, a Los Angeles-based architecture and planning firm, is designing the small lot homes, which are depicted in a rendering as a collection of contemporary three-story structures arranged in a U shape around a common driveway.  Floor plans show that most of the townhomes would be built with 8- and 10-bedroom floor plans, although a smaller unit fronting Adams would contain just 7 bedrooms, while a larger unit at the rear of the site would feature 15 bedrooms.