Leon Kaplan wants to build 33 condos in NoHo

Developer purchased the four-parcel land for $2.3M in 2014

Sep.September 07, 2016 03:30 PM

A set of boutique condos could soon rise in North Hollywood.

Private property owner Leon Kaplan has filed a tentative tract map for a 33-unit condominium project on the corner of Cartwright Avenue and Chandler Bikeway, city documents show.

The complex would sit on four lots totaling over a half-acre piece of land, which Kaplan acquired between April and October of 2014, property records show. He paid about $2.3 million in total. Three of the four parcels are occupied by single-family homes, while the other one houses a four-unit residential building.

City documents show that Kaplan is represented by Steve Nazemi of DHS & Associates, a planning and land surveying firm based in Tustin.

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