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
314 S. Harvard Boulevard and 831 N. Martel Avenue

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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