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The Westside Neighborhood Council‘s Land Use Committee on Thursday will review revised plans for 2107 – 2121 Westwood Blvd., where a new owner is proposing a five-story, 92-unit mixed-use apartment project. The applicant and owner behind the proposal is 2121 Westwood LLC, an entity linked to RBM of California, a subsidiary of Japanese company Residence Building Management Co.
The 54-foot-tall, roughly 83,000-square-foot building would rise at the former site of Wally’s Wine & Spirits. Each of the four one- and two-story buildings at the four-lot project site would be demolished to make way for the new West Los Angeles project, which is named 2121 Westwood in planning documents.
The project applicant is seeking a 35-percent density bonus state law and would set aside 10 units for very low-income households and an additional unit for an extremely low-income households, plans show.
The project was first proposed last year as a 109-unit project, with the applicant seeking a 60-percent density bonus under the city’s Transit Oriented Communities Incentives Program.
The latest plans for the site shared with the Westside Neighborhood Council are for 19 studios, 66 one-bedrooms, three two-bedrooms, and four three-bedrooms. The project would also provide open space including a roughly 3,500-square-foot roof deck and 1,500-square-foot courtyard, as well as about 1,500 square feet of retail. Plans also call for more than 120 automobile parking spaces in two underground levels, as well as 81 bicycle spaces.
Also involved in the proposed development is Santa Monica-based firm DE Architects and landscape architect SQLA. The project representative is shown as consulting firm three6ixty.
The site was acquired by RBM of California through an affiliate last year for about $16.2 million, according to Los Angeles County property records.