A 1940s triplex in Culver City could make way for a new development of condominiums, according to an agenda item from the July 22 meeting of the Culver City Planning Commission.

The proposed development, located just south of Venice Boulevard and 3808 College Avenue, calls for the construction of a two-story development featuring six townhome-style dwellings above subterranean parking for 13 vehicles.

KAP, a London- and Los Angeles-based architecture firm, is designing the project, which would consist entirely of three-bedroom units.  Elevation plans show an exterior of stucco and wood siding.

The project is being developed by Wylan James, a Culver City-based firm which has built several townhouse-style developments on the Westside.

The development site is located a few blocks northeast of the intersection of Tilden and Matteson Avenues, where a similar townhome projects is planned.