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A four-story apartment building could replace a multi-family home in the Westside neighborhood of Westchester. Located at 7130 S. Kittyhawk Avenue, the proposed development envisions 17 apartments, 15 percent of which would be set aside for very low-income households. 

An application was submitted to Los Angeles City Planning last week by Kamyar Moshfegh, a project manager at Agile Development Group. The Mediterranean Revival-style residence designed by Sammie Tabrizi Architect would include 10 one-bedroom, five one-bedroom-plus den, and two two-bedroom-plus den units.

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Select apartments would feature protruding balconies, while others would incorporate Juliet balconies. Residents would benefit from a lobby, rec room with a kitchen, dining area and billiards lounge, a fitness center and outdoor terrace.

A one-level underground garage would provide 18 vehicular parking spaces and 19 bicycle parking spaces. The approximately 9,007-square-foot property is located within the Westchester – Playa Del Rey Community Plan area and is surrounded by a mix of single-family homes and mid-rise apartment buildings.

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The developer is seeking a number of Transit Oriented Communities (TOC) incentives in exchange for the affordable housing units. Kittyhawk Avenue is steps away from La Tijera Boulevard, which is served by multiple bus routes.

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If the project is ultimately approved, future residents would live within walking distance of Ladera Center shopping mall, home to a Ralphs, Petco, Ross, CVS, bank branches and several fast-casual restaurants. The development site is less than three miles away from Los Angeles International Airport and 10 miles from Dockwiler State Beach in Playa Del Rey.

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