A new apartment building has been proposed for development at 4101 Exposition Boulevard in West Adams, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the development of a five-story residential building. A trio of 1940s multifamily residential buildings are slated to be razed and redevelopment with the larger apartment complex.
Abington Emerson Investments is the project developer. Ottinger Architects is designing the building.
The project proposal seeks approvals for a new five-story, 36-unit apartment building. The project, which would replace 10 residential units at the intersection of Exposition and Buckingham Road, is also slated to include parking for 28 vehicles.
Requested entitlements for the project include Transit Oriented Communities incentives allowing for a larger, denser apartment building than would otherwise be allowed by zoning rules. In exchange, seven new apartments will be set aside for rent by low-, very low-, and extremely low-income households, offsetting existing affordable housing that would be demolished.
Renderings reveal a contemporary low-rise building clad in stucco, metal siding, and perforated metal panels. Plans call a rooftop deck and a central courtyard.
The project application has been submitted and the estimated construction timeline has not been announced yet. The project site sits midway between Metro’s Exposition/Crenshaw and Farmdale Stations.