Today in microfilings: Condos planned for Ktown, Fairfax … & more

Logs Apartments wants to build 36 units in Gateway Harbor

Mar.March 30, 2017 11:15 AM

Remember, size isn’t everything. In TRD’s regular look at microfilings, we explore some of the smaller L.A. projects in the works.

Logs Apartments, an Irvine-based developer, filed plans for a 36-unit apartment building at 16101 S. Figueroa Street in South L.A., records show. The firm requested a density bonus in exchange for including three very low-income units.

The structure would have a maximum height of 45 feet with four stories and include an additional 45-foot parking structure with 76 parking spots.

Logs acquired the 0.4-acre Gateway Harbor site for just short of $1 million in March 2016, property records show.

In Koreatown, developer Warren Choi wants to build a 11-unit condo complex on a 0.2-acre lot he bought for $1.1 million in February 2016, records show. The project, at 314 N. Harvard Boulevard, would have four stories and 23 parking spaces.

The site is currently occupied by a 1901-built single-family home.

A small condo complex could also rise in Fairfax, right on the edge of West Hollywood. Wilshire Construction filed plans Tuesday to build a three-story, five-unit condo structure at 829 N. Martel Avenue, according to planning documents.

The site is currently occupied by a two-family house. The owner, Martel LLC, purchased the site for $1.35 million in September 2016.

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