A 1930s duplex just south of Pico Boulevard could make way for a new apartment complex, according to architectural plans posted by the South Robertson Neighborhood Council.

The proposed project, slated for a single parcel at 1432 S. Beverly Drive, calls for the construction of a six-story, 16,665-square-foot building containing 15 apartments above basement parking for 23 vehicles.

Plans call for a mix of one-, two-, and three-bedroom dwellings, two of which would be set aside as deed-restricted affordable housing in exchange for density bonus incentives.

The Albert Group Architects is designing the development, which is depicted in a conceptual drawing as a contemporary low-rise building.  A materials sheet included with the project plans indicates that exterior finishes would include stucco, brick, and cement.

City records list the project applicant and property owner as Ben Kohanteb.  The site was last sold in December 2018 for approximately $3 million.

The development site is located one block south of the intersection of Pico Boulevard and Beverly Drive, where a Beverly Hills-based real estate firm is seeking to redevelop a car wash with a mixed-use apartment complex.