Brick+Work

653 S. Los Angeles

Los Angeles

653 S. Los Angeles

APN: 5148-021-017

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No residential density maximums per Greater Downtown Housing Incentive Area
Max Unit
14,341 sq. ft.
Lot Size
Tier 3
TOC
1
Lots
Existing Conditions
Floor Area 11,559 sq. ft.
Units 0
Year Constructed 1993
Assessed Improvement Value $1,244,857
Assessed Land Value $1,986,479
Development Potential (By-Right)
Maximum FAR 3:1
Maximum Height
Feet

None

Stories

None

Buildings used entirely for residential uses (and ground floor commercial in RAS zones) are only limited in height, not stories.

Minimum Setbacks
Front

0 ft.

No setbacks required per Greater Downtown Housing Incentive Area

Side

0 ft.

No setbacks required per Greater Downtown Housing Incentive Area

Back

0 ft.

No setbacks required per Greater Downtown Housing Incentive Area

Max Buildable Area, Footprint 14,341 sq. ft.
Max Buildable Area, Envelope 43,023 sq. ft.
Max Dwelling Units No residential density maximums per Greater Downtown Housing Incentive Area
Affordable Units Required None
Parking Required No more than 1 parking space per dwelling unit No parking spaces required for units designated for households making less than 50% AMI
Required Bicycle Parking
Long Term 1 per 1.5 dwelling unit or guest room
Short Term 1 per 15 dwelling unit or guest room
Transitional Height Limitations Portions of Buildings in C or M zones with certain distances of RW1 or more restrictive zones shall not exceed the following limits: Distance (ft.) Height (ft.) 0-49 25 50-99 33 100-199 61
Required Open Space 100 sq ft per unit with less than 3 habitable rooms 125 sq ft per unit with 3 habitable rooms 175 sq ft per unit with more than 3 habitable rooms
Other Development Notes
Development Potential (with TOC or DB)
Maximum FAR 4.05:1
Maximum Height
Feet

None

Projects located in a zone where the maximum height is 45 ft. or less, or located within a Specific Plan that limits height, height increases over 11 ft. must be stepped-back at least 15 ft. from the exterior face of the ground floor building located at any street frontage.

Stories

None

Minimum Setbacks
Front

0 ft.

No setbacks required per Greater Downtown Housing Incentive Area

Side

0 ft.

No setbacks required per Greater Downtown Housing Incentive Area

Back

0 ft.

No setbacks required per Greater Downtown Housing Incentive Area

Max Buildable Area, Footprint 14,341 sq. ft.
Max Buildable Area, Envelope 58,081 sq. ft.
Max Dwelling Units No residential density maximums per Greater Downtown Housing Incentive Area
Affordable Units Required at least 11% for Very Low Income residents, or 20% for Low Income residents, or 30% Moderate Income residents (for sale)
Parking Required No more than 1 parking space per dwelling unit; No parking spaces required for units designated for households making less than 50% AMI
Required Bicycle Parking
Long Term 1 per 1.5 dwelling unit or guest room
Short Term 1 per 15 dwelling units or guest rooms
Transitional Height Limitations None
Required Open Space Required open space may be reduced by one half, provided a fee is paid in lieu of providing the open space
Other Development Notes
Jurisdictional
Legal Description FR Lot A, Reyes Tract
Land Use Community Commercial
Area Planning Commission Central
Community Plan Area Central City
Neighborhood Council Downtown Los Angeles
Council District 14
Councilmember Jose Huizar
Red Flags
Per ORD-164307, the total floor area contained in all buildings on a lot shall not exceed three (3) times the buildable area of the lot, except for the following: (a) Projects approved under Section 418 (Transfer of Floor Area) of the Redevelopment Plan for the Central Business District Redevelopment Project; (h) Projects approved under Section 415 (Rehabilitation and/or Remodeling of Existing Buildings) or Section 416 (Replacement of Existing Buildings). of said Redevelopment Plan; (c) Projects for which a density variation of 50,000 square feet or less is granted under Section 437 of said Redevelopment Plan; (d) Projects for which a density variation of more than 50,000 square feet was granted under Section 437 of said Redevelopment Plan for to the effective date of this ordinance;
Development Plans on this property will be subject to review by the City Center Redevelopment Project. This could also limit the utilization of TOC incentives.
Property is within the Greater Downtown Housing Incentive Area, which could limit the development potential of the site.
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