Architectural plans posted by the West L.A. Sawtelle Neighborhood Council offer a first look at a proposal to redevelop two single-family homes just south of Pico Boulevard with a multifamily residential building.

The project site, located at 2415-2419 S. Barrington Avenue, is slated for the construction of a seven-story building featuring 38 studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom units - with four to be set aside as extremely low-income affordable housing - and parking for 36 vehicles on two basement levels.  Developer Pirooz Amona has requested Transit Oriented Communities incentives for the project, including reductions to required setbacks and open space.

California Development & Design, Inc. is designing the podium-type development, which would feature six levels of wood-frame construction above a concrete base.  Renderings depict a stucco-clad structure capped by a rooftop amenity deck.

The project site is located just north of Barrington's intersection with Gateway Boulevard, where a proposed mixed-use building featuring 73 apartments and retail is scheduled to be reviewed by the Los Angeles City Planning Commission this week.

Amona is also listed as the project applicant behind similar infill developments in East Hollywood and Palms.