Plans posted by the South Robertson Neighborhood Council's Land Use Committee offer a first look at a proposed hotel near the intersection of Pico and Robertson Boulevards.

The project, which would replace a cluster of small commercial buildings at 1434-1456 S. Robertson Boulevard, calls for the construction of a seven-story edifice containing 136 hotel rooms in addition to a ground-floor restaurant and a 77-car garage.

Alajajian Marcoosi Architects - best known as the firm behind the proposed Armenian American Museum in Glendale - is designing the hotel.  Renderings depict a contemporary mid-rise structure featuring a rear-facing pool and amenity deck at its third floor.

City records list the applicant behind the proposed hotel as Dan Harkham, a co-founder of West Hollywood's now-defunct Cinefamily.

Sinanian Development is also affiliated with the project, according to architectural plans.

Other developments in the works for the Pico-Robertson community include a senior affordable housing development now under construction one block west along Pico Boulevard.