Just south of the intersection of Hoover Street and Adams Boulevard, a surface parking lot is poised to make way for new multifamily housing.
The project, per an agenda item from the April 13 meeting of the University Park Design Review Board, would rise from a site located at 2632 S. Monmouth Avenue, calls for clearing the asphalt lot to make way for the construction of a pair of three-story duplexes. The buildings would span 1,170 square feet and 1,750 square feet in size, and each feature four-car garages at ground level. Plans also call for 1,300 square feet of surface parking.
Los Angeles-based architect Michael Nigosian is designing the duplexes, which would consist entirely of three-bedroom dwellings.
City records list the owner of the project site at 2621 S. Hoover Street Holdings, a Los Angeles-based entity linked to the Las Vegas company Triangle Trading, Ltd.
The project site sits a block east of the Casa de Rosas campus, a 19th century landmark which was recently converted into supportive housing.
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