The vote on Measure S may be just around the corner, but Los Angeles developers are going about business as usual.
In North Hollywood, plans were filed Thursday for a five-story mixed-use complex with 35 units, according to city documents. The development at 4882 North Lankershim Boulevard would contain 3,320 square feet of ground-floor commercial space.
Uri Arbel of architectural firm Arbel-Henderson Associates was the project applicant, the filing shows, but the property — a 12,000-square-foot vacant lot — is owned by an entity under Ranna Purohit, who also owns the Colony Inn on Vineland Avenue nearby.
Meanwhile, an entity affiliated with the Marina del Rey-based TDC Pacific Properties wants to build a 24-unit apartment building in Koreatown at 203 North Oxford Avenue. The site is occupied by a single-family house, property records show.
Of the 24 units, three would be reserved for very low-income households.
Darryl White, founder of TDC, was the applicant. The company could not be reached for comment.