Golden Oak Properties, filing with the Planning Commission under the name Lahikahi LLC, has enlisted Calabasas-based architecture firm Ken Stockton Architects to design the horizontal, three-story Winnetka complex, which will be located at 6817 Winnetka Ave.
The developer has requested various entitlements for this 42,611-square-foot residential project, including a density bonus incentive to allow for a 10-percent reduction in vehicular parking, plus an increase in allowable floor space. The project aims to include 53 parking spaces in a semi-subterranean configuration.
The project calls for the demolition of a single-story, 3,500-square-foot commercial building currently at the address.
Based in Los Angeles, Golden Oak Properties already owns and manages several properties in the North Los Angeles market, including The Oakleaf, a 20-unit building at 13535 Moorpark St. in Sherman Oaks; the 15 units at 12740 Oxnard St. in North Hollywood; and another NoHo site, a triplex at 12800 Oxnard St.
Next to the upcoming 40-unit site, there is currently a much-larger, 154-unit, 209-car residential rise underway at 7111-7123 Winnetka Ave. Dubbed Winnetka Village, this project is being developed by Rainbow Investments and with design by Arcaforma.