The owner of a mobile home park located just outside of Arcadia is seeking to redevelop the property with townhomes, according to a staff report given earlier this month to the Los Angeles County Regional Planning Commission.
Valley Village-based Bayer Management, owner of the 3.51-acre site at 4343 E. Live Oak Avenue, reached a settlement agreement with all prior residents of the mobile home park earlier this year, and the property is now vacant. The 56 mobile homes will be replaced with a twelve three-story buildings featuring 86 condominiums, all of which would have townhome-layouts.
KTGY Architecture + Planning is designing the Live Oak development, which would include a mix of two-, three-, and four-bedrooms ranging from 1,319 square feet to 2,052 square feet in size. Five of the condominiums would be voluntarily set aside for purchase by moderate-income households.
Other project features include an approximately 7,500-square-foot central pocket park and parking for 194 vehicles.
The project site is located just over one mile east of the intersection of Live Oak and Santa Anita Avenues, where Lennar Corp. announced plans earlier this year for a similar townhome development.