Los Angeles-based architecture firm LOHA has unveiled renderings for a proposed revamp of a pre-war apartment house in Hancock Park.

DOMOS, as part of a joint venture with Beverly Hills-based ESI Ventures, is seeking to transform a 1930s building at 410 N. Rossmore Avenue into a co-living complex.  The four-story building, located across the street from the Wilshire Country Club, was sold to the two companies for approximately $29 million in January, according to city records.

The project, as currently envisioned, would retain the building's French Gothic exterior - which was designed by the late architect Max Maltzman.  One notable change would be to the building's roof level, where unused space would be converted into a lounge area.

The interior of the building, which is also slated for a seismic retrofit, would reconfigure 78 existing apartments into a mix of studio, one-, and co-living units with space for up to 225 residents.  Plans also call for the addition of a gym and amenity space on its ground floor, as well as co-working spaces in various locations throughout the building.

DOMOS is scheduled to begin construction at 410 Rossmore in May 2021, according to a news release.  Completion is expected within 22 months.

The proposed development sits less than a half-mile south of a property at 617 N. Rossmore Avenue, where an 11-story, 14-unit apartment building is planned.  That project is also designed by LOHA.