A large new apartment complex planned for Reseda will be reviewed by the Los Angeles Planning Commission on Thursday, and a staff report on the project sheds a little more light on what it would look like.
Proposed for 6670 North Reseda Boulevard, the six-story development would rise just a half-block from the LA River, replacing a pair of low-slung office and retail structures that have been on the site since the 1950s.
It would bring 205 units of housing to the area, including 18 apartments reserved for tenants making under half of LA’s median income. The project will also include 5,923 square feet of ground-floor commercial space, along with 307 automobile parking spaces and another 238 spots for bikes.
Plans for the project note that it will offer residential amenities like a swimming pool, a community garden, and common courtyard space. Designed by The Code Solution, the project is depicted in renderings with a boxy, stacked design, featuring walls of glass, open walkways, and large private balconies.
Planning staffers are recommending that the commission approve the project. It’s not clear when construction would begin if that happens, though; a timeline for the development hasn’t been released.