A trio of small residential buildings in Koreatown has made way for a recently-approved multifamily residential complex.

Last month, an entity attached to Sabet Management Corp. obtained entitlements to construct a six-story apartment complex at 750-762 S. Kingsley Drive, featuring 68 studio, one-, and two-, and three-bedroom apartments with a single level of basement parking for 35 vehicles.  In exchange for density bonus incentives, including reductions to normally required side- and rear-yard setbacks, the project will include six very low-income affordable units, more than replacing the four rent-stabilized units that were previously developed at the property.

Designed by Warren Techentin Architecture, the podium-type development features a contemporary look with an exterior of stucco and black metal panels.  Common open spaces are planned in the form of a central, open-air courtyard and a fitness center.

A timeline for the project is unclear.

The apartment complex will rise just north of 8th Street, where a handful of similar developments are already under construction at Harvard Boulevard and Serrano Avenue.