233-unit resi complex planned for South Park

L-shaped property on S Hill Street would be redeveloped

TRD LOS ANGELES /
Mar.March 24, 2017 12:30 PM
1340 S. Hill Street (Google Maps)

Downtown’s South Park would get an influx of housing if a proposed development at 1340 S Hill Street is approved.

The project would demolish the existing commercial buildings on the site and replace them with a 233-unit multifamily development, plans filed with the city show.

The project would include 212 market rate apartments and 21 units of very low income housing, Urbanize reported. Applicant Debra Gordon of the Chernoff Family Trust requested a density bonus for offering the affordable units.

Jade Enterprises is building a seven-story building nearby at 1340 S. Olive Street with 154 apartments and 10,000-square-feet of commercial space. [Urbanize]Subrina Hudson


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