The owner of a strip mall in West Los Angeles is looking to redevelop the property with a residential-retail complex.

The approximately 30,000-square-foot project site, located at 11628 W. Santa Monica Boulevard, is slated for the construction of a six-story building that would contain 99 residential units - including six for very-low-, low-, and moderate-income households, above 12,121 square feet of ground-floor retail space.

City records link the project to Cameron Broumand through the entity Plaza West, LLC.  Broumand is also a partner in Sushi Nozawa, LLC, the company behind the popular SUGARFISH restaurant chain.  However, the proposed development is unrelated to SUGARFISH.

The surrounding stretch of Santa Monica Boulevard is home to a series of eye-catching proposed and under-construction developments, including a pair of LOHA-designed projects at Granville and Westgate Avenues.

Directly west of the Plaza West site, plans are also in the works for similar mixed-use buildings at the intersection of Santa Monica and Barrington Avenue.