Prolific Koreatown developer Jamison Services, Inc. hopes to break ground in two years on its latest high-rise project just south of Wilshire Boulevard.

The proposed development, slated to replace a parking garage on the north side of 7th Street between Harvard boulevard and Kingsley Drive, calls for the construction of two 23-story buildings containing 760 studio, one-, and two-bedroom apartments and 6,359 square feet of ground-floor retail uses.  The housing would sit atop a four-story parking podium and two subterranean garage levels, containing up to 1,527 vehicle stalls.

An existing 22-story office building at 3600 Wilshire Boulevard would be unchanged in Jamison's project.

Designed by Perkins + Will, the twin glass-clad towers would rise approximately 268 feet in height.  Plans call for a glass exterior - including residential units wrapping a portion of the parking podium - and amenity decks located above the parking and roof levels.

Jamison expects to complete construction of the towers over an approximately 24-month period, starting in December 2021 and concluding by December 2023.

Though the proposed towers would be the largest built in this section of Koreatown in recent years, they are far from the only project in the pipeline.  Jamison Services is planning additional multi-tower projects at 3470 and 3545 Wilshire Boulevard.

Smaller infill projects have also been completed on neighboring properties, including the Pearl and Luna apartment complexes.

Additionally, the Wilshire Boulevard Temple is now in the midst of construction on its OMA-designed Audrey Irmas Pavilion.