After sitting dormant for years, plans to develop a property along the Palms-Culver City border are finally moving forward.

Yesterday, a tipster passing through the itersection of Overland Avenue and Washington Boulevard noticed something different: the long vacant two-story which once housed Core Church had been demolished.

According to documents from the Los Angeles Department of City Planning, South Carolina-based real estate firm Greystar intends to develop the .9-acre site 10601 Washington Boulevard with a seven-story edifice featuring 135 residential units and approximately 14,000 square feet of ground-level retail and restaurant space.  The project would include a mixture of studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments, including 11 units reserved for low-income households.

According to plans filed with the city, the building would offer a wide variety of residential amenities, including a fitness center, a swimming pool and a rooftop deck.  Additionally, the low-rise complex would sit atop an underground garage with parking accommodations for up to 294 vehicles and 179 bicycles.

Designs from VTBS Architects call for the building to feature exterior fininshes including cement plaster, corrugated metal siding and brick veneer.

The project is Greystar's second residential-retail development in the Palms-Culver City area, following a 115-unit building currently under construction near the Expo Line's Culver City Station.