A mostly empty property in the unincorporated community of Westmont could be developed with permanent supportive housing, according to a report to the Los Angeles County Regional Planning Commission.

SRO Housing Corp. is behind the proposed development, which is slated for a roughly half-acre property at the northeast corner of 95th Street and Normandie Avenue.  Plans call for the construction of a three-story, 44-foot-tall building containing 57 apartments and parking for six vehicles.

According to the SRO Housing website, the project would cater to households earning to households earning 30 percent or less than the area median income, and offer amenities such as a community kitchen, a computer room, and on-site supportive services.

A conceptual rendering depict a contemporary low-rise structure.

The proposed housing development is slated for streamlined approvals via the framework of SB 35, which accelerates the permitting of certain housing developments.

Another vacant lot located across the street from SRO Housing's project is slated for the construction of a pocket park.

SRO Housing's is currently building additional supportive housing in the Westlake neighborhood, and is also planning a project in Echo Park.

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