In East Hollywood, a single-family home and a small commercial building have made way for a mixed-use apartment complex. 

The project, now rising at 4864 Melrose Avenue, calls for the construction of a six-story building that will feature 51 apartments - including six affordable units priced at the very low-income level - with 2,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space and 44 parking stalls located at-grade and within a subterranean level.

The building, which is being designed by Warren Techentin Architecture, is portrayed as a contemporary low-rise structure.  Its U-shaped footprint wraps around a podium courtyard deck.

City records list the project's developer Hollywood-based real estate investor Andre Sabetfard.

Just two blocks east at 4760 Melrose, a similar mixed-use building featuring micro-unit apartments and ground-floor retail is also proposed.