A duplex located a half-mile east of the Beverly Hills Civic Center could make way for a low-rise condo complex, according to a staff report to the Beverly Hills Planning Commission.

The proposed development, slated for a triangle-shaped site at 457 N. Oakhurst Drive, was developed in the 1930s.  Project applicant Diamond Shield Investments, LLC proposes to clear the property of all buildings, making was for the construction of a five-story, 17,000-square-foot building containing a total of six condominiums and parking for 21 vehicles.  The proposed development would consist of two-, three-, four-, and seven-bedroom dwellings, as well as a required rooftop amenity space.

Architect Ames Peterson is designing the project which is depicted in renderings with a contemporary look.

The staff report recommends that the Planning Commission should adopt a resolution of intent to approve entitlements for the condo development.