A new condominium complex is poised to replace a pair of small residential buildings in the Marina Arts District, according to an application submitted last week to the Los Angeles Department of City Planning.

The project site, located at the northeast corner of Beach and Del Rey Avenues, is currently improved with a 1920s single-family home and a 1950s triplex.  Plans filed by applicant Stan Lee Enterprises, Inc. call for razing both structures to make way for a new seven-story building featuring 27 studio and one-bedroom dwellings above basement parking for 14 vehicles.

Requested entitlements for the project include density bonus incentives allowing for a reduction to required on-site open space and setbacks.  In exchange, the developer would set aside seven of the proposed residential units as deed-restricted very low-income housing.

Breakform Design is serving as the project's architect, which is depicted in a rendering as a contemporary low-rise building capped by a rooftop amenity deck.

Brian Silveira & Associates is serving as the project's representative to the City of Los Angeles

The project will require the approval of the Los Angeles City Planning Commission.

The proposed development at Del Rey and Beach sits just north of several larger projects recently completed by California Landmark Group, including the 230-unit G8 apartments and the $30-million C1 complex.