A new development of townhomes is set to replace a single-family dwelling just north of Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood.

The project, as detailed in a submission to the West Hollywood Planning Commission's Design Review Subcommittee, would consist of five townhouse-style condominiums on a roughly 7,450-square-foot lot at 8553 West Knoll Drive.  Each of the proposed dwellings would feature four-bedroom layouts between 1920 and 1960 square feet, complemented by roof decks and two-car garages.

Levin-Morris Architects of Beverly Hills is designing the project, which is portrayed as a series of three-story buildings cascading down the hillside site.  A report to the committee by architect Gwynne Pugh describes the townhomes as being of "exemplary design," with materials of superior quality that would retain their integrity through time.

The project applicant is listed as the West Hollywood-based entity NT3, LLC.