Today in Microfilings: Haroni wants to build in Westlake, small lots planned in Hollywood … and more

TRD LOS ANGELES /
Jul.July 11, 2017 04:00 PM
The sites at 6136 Romaine Street and 2683 San Marino Street (Credit: Google Earth)

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

Haroni Investments, a property management firm based in the Fashion District, filed plans Monday to build a 22-unit apartment in Westlake. The property at 2683 San Marino Street is occupied by a single-family house. Haroni’s plans call for two units to be set aside for very low income households as part of its density bonus request.

The firm also has a South Los Angeles project in the works: a 73-unit, five-story apartment building at 6109 S. Crenshaw Boulevard.

Over in Hollywood, a developer wants to build a seven-story, 20-unit apartment complex at 5717 Carlton Way. The applicant was an LLC tied to Mansour Rabbanian, whose related entity also owns a property in Mid-Wilshire. The site of his most recent project is also occupied by a single-family home.

Finally, elsewhere in Hollywood, Ed Santiago of an LLC called Romaine Habitat filed plans for a 14-unit small lot complex at 6136 W. Romaine Street. Once again, the site is occupied by a single-family residence. Santiago acquired it for $825,000 in 2014, records show.


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