A vacant building in Eagle Rock is set to make way for a small mixed-use development, according to an environmental study published last week by the Los Angeles Department of City Planning.

The nearly quarter-acre project site, located at 1525 Colorado Boulevard, is currently improved with an approximately 90-year-old building that was most recently an auto repair shop.  Applicant Carlie Yapp proposes to demolish the single-story building to make way for the construction of six townhouse units with slightly over 1,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space and parking for 14 vehicles.

The proposed development would stand just over 46 feet in height, and would be capped by an approximately 3,600-square-foot roof deck.

A timeline for the project is not stated in the report.