6136 West Manchester Boulevard Project

Case Number: ENV-2022-6065-SCEA
Related Case Number: CPC-2022-6064-CU-DB-MCUP-CDO-SPR-HCA-PHP
Council District: CD 11—Park
Community Plan Areas: Westchester–Playa del Rey
Project Location: 6136 West Manchester Avenue and 8651 South La Tijera Boulevard, Los Angeles, California 90045

Project Documents: SCEA, Appendices

Project Description: The Project would include the development of a new approximately 416,915-square-foot building comprised of 441 residential units, including six live-work units and 66 dwelling units set aside for Very Low-Income Households, and 16,120 square feet of ground-floor commercial space. The proposed uses would be located within an eight-story building with a maximum height of 96 feet. In accordance with the LAMC, the Project would provide 549 vehicular parking spaces (inclusive of 501 residential spaces and 48 commercial spaces) that would be located within two subterranean parking levels and buffered into the first and second level of the building. In addition, the Project would include approximately 47,085 square feet of open space, including 39,785 square feet of common open space and 7,300 square feet of private open space. As part of the Project, the existing commercial structures totaling 21,911 square feet of floor area would be removed. The Project would result in a total floor area of approximately 416,915 square feet with a floor area ratio (FAR) of 4:1.

Anticipated Significant Environmental Effects: Pursuant to PRC Section 21155.2 a Project evaluated as a SCEA shall not have significant and unavoidable impacts. Based on the analysis included in the SCEA, the Project would not result in significant and unavoidable impacts. All potential impacts would be less than significant or mitigated to less-than-significant levels. Further, pursuant to PRC Section 21155.2(b), the SCEA has considered all possible impacts and incorporated Mitigation Measures for the following impact areas: Biological Resources, Hazards and Hazardous Materials, Noise, Tribal Cultural Resources, and Mandatory Findings of Significance.

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The SCEA is available online at Los Angeles City Planning’s website at https://planning.lacity.gov/development-services/environmental-review/scea. Pursuant to PRC Section 21155.2(b), comments on the SCEA are not required to be responded to by the City. If written comments are received, they will be provided to the decision-maker for consideration. The comment period starts on July 27, 2023, and ends on August 28, 2023.

If you are unable to access digital copies of the SCEA, Planning will attempt to make reasonable arrangements to mail and supply the materials. Please contact the Staff Planner listed below for assistance.

If you wish to submit comments following review of the SCEA, please reference the Environmental Case No. above, and submit them in writing by August 28, 2023, no later than 4:00 p.m.

Please direct your comments to:

Mail: Michelle Carter, City Planner
  City of Los Angeles, Department of City Planning
200 N. Spring Street, Room 763
Los Angeles, CA 90012
E-mail: michelle.carter@lacity.org