An initial study published by the Los Angeles Department of City Planning has unveiled renderings for a proposed mixed-use complex in the San Fernando Valley.

Harridge Cadillac Group, which purchased a former car resale center at 8350-8340 N. Reseda Boulevard last year, plans to redevelop the approximately 3.3-acre site with a multifamily residential units, single-family homes and commercial space.

Along Reseda Boulevard, plans call for the construction of two low-rise buildings featuring 79 apartments, 10,300 square feet of ground-floor retail space and 175 parking spaces.  The twin-four story structures would offer a mixture of studio, one- and two-bedroom units, as well as roof terraces and amenity rooms.

The back of the property, fronting Canby Avenue, would be developed with a 61-unit small lot subdivision.  Houses would come in a variety of floor plans, each featuring a two-car garage.

The project, which is being designed by VTBS Architects, would feature exterior materials including cement stucco, metal panels, cement board sidings and concrete masonry.

Construction of the proposed development would occur over approximately 30 months, although an exact groundbreaking date is unclear.