Just south of the US-101 Freeway in Woodland Hills, an early 1970s office complex is slated for redevelopment with housing, according to an application submitted in September to the Los Angeles Department of City Planning.
California Landmark Group, the Los Angeles-based development company behind the project, is seeking approvals for the nearly four-acre property located at 21241 W. Ventura Boulevard. Plans call for demolishing the existing two-story, approximately 95,000-square-foot complex and its parking lot to make way for 111 single-family homes.
Unlike most small subdivisions, the project is entitled to bonus density incentives to allow for a larger floor area than the zoning normally allows. In exchange for the bonus floor area, six of the new homes will be set aside for purchase or rental by very low-income households.
KTGY designed the project, which will be organized in clusters of four, five, and six houses, organized around a network of private streets and paths. The renderings depict a series of three-story structures with a Mediterranean-style design.
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Architectural plans show a mix of two- and three-bedroom floor plans, most of which range from approximately 1,600 to 1,850 square feet in size.
While California Landmark Group is best known for its apartment buildings, such as its new projects currently taking shape in Century City and Palms, this is not the developer’s first venture into single-family homes. California Landmark Group previously developed Enclave, a project with 10 large homes south of Century City’s skyscrapers.