A new development of small lot homes could be coming to Panorama City, according to an environmental study published earlier this week by the City of Los Angeles.

The project, slated for an approximately 28,000-square-foot site at 14421 W. Nordhoff Street, calls for replacing an existing single-family dwelling with nine small lot homes.  Each building would stand 24 feet in height, with floor plans ranging between 2,199 and 2,229 square feet.  Plans also call for 20 parking spaces - two per unit with two guest stalls.

Applicant Lior Mandelbaum has requested multiple entitlements for the project, including a vesting tentative tract map and the removal of a Q condition from the property.

The environmental study does not indicate a timeline for the proposed development.

The project site is located just east of Van Nuys Boulevard, a corridor that will one day be served by a 9.2-mile light rail line between Sylmar and the Van Nuys Civic Center.  That project is expected to break ground in 2021 or 2022.