A presentation given last week to the Central San Pedro Neighborhood Council's Land Use Planning Committee has unveiled renderings of a proposed small lot subdivision that would replace a church and surface parking lot at 847-879 W. 10th Street.
The project, filed in October 2018 by an entity called 867 RR, LLC, calls for the construction of 19 single-family homes arranged around two private driveways.
The proposed entitlements for 847-879 W. 10th Street call for density bonus incentives to allow a slight increase in height, which would be granted in exchange for reserving one of the homes for very low-income households. This would be the second small lot development entitled with a density bonus, following the Coolidge Place project in Frogtown.
The project's design is described as having a "coastal fishing-town clapboard," look, with large windows glass garage doors, and rooftop decks.
Additional details are not provided in the presentation.