Massachi Industries wants to build 115 apartments in West Hollywood, including micro-studios and one-bedrooms.

The Beverly Hills-based developer has submitted plans for a seven-story complex at 8025 Santa Monica Boulevard, According to reports, Los Angeles urbanized. It will replace a closed Bank of America branch.

115 studio, one and two-bedroom apartments are planned for Santa Monica and Crescent Heights Boulevards.

Studios and one-bedroom units will feature “micro” floor plans with an average size of 338 square feet and 440 square feet, respectively. The size of the two-bedroom unit was not disclosed.

Sixteen of the apartments will be set aside as affordable housing.

The building will include 3,900 square feet of ground-floor shops and restaurants. The underground three-storey garage can accommodate 115 cars.

The white building, designed by Culver City’s OfficeUntitled, will include large windows and expansive balconies, according to renderings. Trees will grow on the roof deck. The inner courtyard will contain a swimming pool. Jacarandas will be planted along the sidewalks.

A report by city staff applauded the inclusion of micro-units in the project, noting that smaller apartments could be open to tenants of different socioeconomic backgrounds.

However, the report also says that the small size of the apartments will allow common and outdoor decks and patios to be effective living rooms for building tenants.

Massachi Industries, led by Alex Massachi, is building a 24-apartment building North of Santa Monica Avenue and Orange AvenueThere are also plans for a 24-story apartment building north of Hollywood Boulevard, according to Urbanize.

— Dana Bartholomew

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