Another multifamily residential development could rise on the outskirts of Century City, according to plans filed in late December 2019 with the City of Los Angeles.

The property, located at 10448-10460 W. Santa Monica Boulevard, is currently improved with 18 apartments - more than half of which are vacant as of September 2019.  The proposed development that would replace the existing structures would consist of a six-story edifice containing 68 dwelling units atop two-and-a-half levels of subterranean parking.

Requested entitlements for the project include Transit Oriented Communities affordable housing incentives allowing for an increase in height to 68 feet and a reduction in required open space.  The amount of affordable housing proposed is not stated in the project's case filing.

City records list the project applicant as local investor Parviz Parvizyar through an entity called Vacaville Coffee Tree Plaza, LLC.

The proposed development is one of numerous housing complexes planned in the West Los Angeles neighborhood which flanks Century City.  

Across Santa Monica Boulevard, two commercial buildings are slated to make way for a five-story development featuring 43 apartments and ground-floor retail space.

A block east at the intersection of Santa Monica and Beverly Glen Boulevards, a long-vacant property is slated for the construction of a seven-story, 120-unit apartment building.  That project has inspired a lawsuit from the litigious organization Fix the City which seeks to overturn the Los Angeles' Transit Oriented Communities program, which has become a popular tools for housing developers citywide.