Just north of the Los Angeles River in Reseda, a small commercial building could make way for an eldercare facility. 

The project, filed last week with the Department of City Planning, calls for the construction of a building up to 73 feet in height containing 115 memory care and assisted living apartments.  Requested entitlements include an eldercare unified permit and a community design overlay review.

Property records list the owners of the .41-acre site as a series of entities affiliated with Fred Nabati, Michael Davoodpour, and Ramin Kohanim.  The property was acquired in June 2019 for $1.85 million, according to the Los Angeles County Assessor's Office.

A past owner of the site also submitted plans to construct an eldercare facility on the property, but withdrew its application two months before completing the land sale.

The proposed development would rise directly across the street from the Watermark, a six-story, 254-unit apartment complex with retail now rising at 6611 N. Reseda Boulevard.