Six-Story Complex Ready At 750 Kingsley Drive, Koreatown, Los Angeles

750-762 Kingsley Drive750-762 Kingsley Drive via Warren Techentin Architecture

A new residential project has reached completion at 750-762 Kingsley Drive in Koreatown, Los Angeles. The project proposal included the development of a six-story apartment complex offering

Sabet Management Corp is the project developer. Warren Techentin Architecture designed the apartment complex.

The new project is a few days away from reaching the finish line to develop a new multifamily residential development, offering 68 residential units. The apartments are designed as a mix of studios, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom dwellings. Plans also call for 35 parking stalls in a podium garage.

Project entitlements included density bonus incentives permitting a larger structure with more housing than otherwise allowed by zoning rules. In exchange, six apartments are to be set aside for rent as very low-income affordable housing, replacing six units which were demolished to clear the way for the new development.

Renderings reveal a podium-style building, accentuated by black metal panels on its upper floors, which are layered to give texture to the facade. Onsite facilities include a courtyard and a fitness center.

The estimated market availability has not been revealed yet.

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