A surface parking lot in Koreatown could make way for a new permanent supportive housing development, according to plans filed yesterday with the City of Los Angeles.

The proposed project, which would rise at 1141-1145 Crenshaw Boulevard, calls for the construction of a five-story building featuring 43 residential units atop an eight-car parking garage.

Project applicant Domus Development is seeking Transit Oriented Communities affordable housing incentives for the proposed apartment complex, including relief from transitional height requirements and reductions to side-yard and open space requirements.

An application for Measure HHH financing indicates that the estimated cost of 1141 Crenshaw is nearly $25 million - or approximately $570,000 per dwelling unit.  The apartments would be reserved for survivors of domestic violence and sex trafficking.

Domus Development is also behind plans affordable housing projects in Echo Park and Panorama City.