LOHA has unveiled a rendering for Sun King, a proposed permanent supportive housing development in the northeast San Fernando Valley.

The project, which is being developed by non-profit builder Many Mansions, will rise in the Sunland-Tujunga Neighborhood.  Plans call for a four-story edifice featuring 26 apartments.

A rendering of Sun King shows a contemporary design with red brick and multiple cutouts and open-air decks carved into the low-rise structure.

A timeline for the project has not been released, and Many Mansions has declined to provide an address for the project.

Many Mansions is also partnering on a 49-unit affordable apartment complex off of Foothill Boulevard.

LOHA's roster of upcoming affordable developments includes a 78-unit building planned behind the Westlake Theater and a 54-unit project in the Harbor Gateway neighborhood.