Developer wants to demolish car dealership for mixed-use project

67 residences could take its place

Sep.September 01, 2017 12:00 PM
The current site at 13724-13732 W. Victory Boulevard (Credit: Google Maps)

It’s clear to anyone driving this Labor Day weekend — or any day at all — that Angelenos don’t need more cars. Housing, however, is a different story.

A developer by the name of Reign Investments has proposed a mixed-use development to replace a four-building car dealership and a vacant single-family home in Van Nuys, Urbanize reported.

The project at 13724-13732 W. Victory Boulevard would include a five-story, 67-unit building. Five of the units would be set aside for low-income housing. The building would sit atop 2,100 square feet of retail space and parking for 84 vehicles.

The San Fernando Valley’s City Car Center, Able Auto We Buy Cars, People Motors and Victory Auto Service could be in the line of demolition.

Renderings from Summerland Partners indicate a podium-type construction. [Urbanize]Natalie Hoberman

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