Small housing developments dating to the 1930s and 1940s could be razed for a new multifamily residential development, according to architectural plans submitted to the Westwood Community Design Review Board.

The project site, which is currently improved with seven residential units, is located a block south of Westwood Park at 1427-1431 S. Greenfield Avenue.  Plans submitted to the City of Los Angeles in January 2019 call for razing two existing buildings to make way for the construction of a six-story building containing 29 one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments above a two-level, 47-car subterranean garage.

West Los Angeles-based construction and engineering firm B. Raeen is listed as the entity designing the proposed apartment complex, which is portrayed as an M-shaped structure leaving space for a central courtyard area.  A series of upper level setbacks would be used to provide additional open space for tenants.

City records list the developer behind the project as Greenfield Ohio, LLC, a Commerce-based entity..

The development site sits roughly a half-mile southwest of a parking lot at 10822 Wilshire Boulevard, where a 12-story senior housing facility is planned next to Westwood Presbyterian Church.