A presentation given earlier this month to the Venice Neighborhood Council's Land Use & Planning Committee provides a first glimpse of a mixed-use development from Wiseman Residential.

The project, which would replace an auto repair shop at 1808-1816 Lincoln Boulevard, calls for the construction of a six-story building featuring nine residential units above 11,322 square feet of second-floor office space and 4,877 square feet of ground-floor retail.  A total of 58 parking spaces would be provide at-grade and within two basement levels.

Designed by Reed Architectural Group, the project is envisioned with a six-story frame facing Lincoln Boulevard that tapers in height to a two-story structure facing the residential neighborhood to the east.  The tiered building heights would be used to create terrace decks for residents.

Additional details regarding the project are currently unclear.

Wiseman, which builds apartment buildings across the Los Angeles area, originally sought to entitle the property for a larger 44-unit development, but officially changed its plans to the current project earlier this year.

Another development featuring apartments and ground-floor retail is planned nearby at 2452-2454 Lincoln Boulevard.