An early 20th-century house in East Hollywood could be razed for a mixed-use apartment building, under plans submitted recently to the City of Los Angeles for review.

The proposed development, slated for a roughly quarter-acre property at 1111 N. Madison Avenue, calls for the construction of a six-story edifice featuring 41 one- and two-bedroom apartments - including five extremely low-income units - above 240 square feet of ground-floor retail space and at-grade parking for 50 vehicles.

GA Engineering is designing the project, which would have a stucco exterior.  An upper-level setback would be used to provide a street-facing amenity deck, while additional open space would be provided in the form of a rear yard and a community room.

City records list the project applicant as the Beverly Hills-based entity Fantastic Future Holdings, LLC, which is managed by attorney F. Shawn Azizollahi.

The development site joints a handful of mixed-use projects planned near Metro's Vermont/Santa Monica Station, including a 177-unit housing complex that rise at the site of the neighboring Union Swapmeet.

A pocket park and community garden opened in July 2019 one block north of the proposed building along Madison Avenue.