In Valley Village, two local developers are in the midst of construction for a mixed-use building featuring apartments and ground-floor retail space.

The project, which comes from West Hollywood-based Hillock Land Company and Luminor Properties, is replacing a former auto repair shop with a three-story structure that will feature 19 apartments above 1,575 square feet of ground-floor retail space and parking for 31 vehicles.  The low-rise development, called Magnolia Hill, will offer a mix of studio and one-bedroom dwellings.

Brooks + Scarpa is designing the project, which is portrayed with an undulating form and an exterior of metal screens. Wynn Landscape Architects is designing a central courtyard and roof level deck that will provide common open space for future residents.

A timeline for Magnolia Hill is unclear.

Hillock and Luminor are also behind plans for another Brooks + Scarpa-designed development on Camarillo Street in North Hollywood.