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The current site of the UCLA University Lutheran Chapel and its surface parking lot could be transformed into a seven-story apartment building comprising 39 units.

Located at 10915 W. Strathmore Drive, along one of the university’s Greek rows, the 18,376-square-foot lot was purchased by Landmark Properties, an Athens, Georgia-based real estate firm specializing in student housing communities. 

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The application, which was submitted to Los Angeles City Planning last Thursday, calls for a mix of one-, three-, four- and five-bedroom apartments, including six affordable units reserved for very low income households. 

The seven-story structure would be built atop a one-story subterranean parking garage with spaces for 41 vehicles. Pedestrian access to the lobby and leasing office would be situated along Strathmore Drive, connecting to a landscaped central courtyard. Additional outdoor amenity space would be found on levels six and seven, featuring a pool and spa, barbecue station, lounge areas and ample greenery.

Image: Humphreys & Partners

The contemporary-style building was designed by Humphreys & Partners and would be clad in gray stucco, metal panels and metal balcony guardrails with a double-height mural enlivening the southeast façade. 

Image: Humphreys & Partners

10915 W. Strathmore Drive is steps away from the UCLA campus, allowing future residents to roll out of bed and make it to their 8am class in the nick of time. Westwood Village, which offers a Target, Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods Market, CVS, plus numerous restaurants and coffee shops, is a mere 15-minute walk from the proposed development site.

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