Housing planned for Eagle Rock’s Philippine Village

Philippine Village Eagle Rock

EAGLE ROCK — A development of 38 townhomes and other mixed-use buildings has been proposed for a site now occupied by Philippine Village, a large commercial building that houses several businesses and churches.  The development is the most recent of several residential projects that have been built or are underway along Eagle Rock Boulevard.

A filing with the Planning Department says EHOF Eagle Rock, LLC is seeking to build the project at 4515 Eagle Rock Boulevard under the city’s small-lot division ordinance, which permits the construction of single-family homes on lots as small 600 feet.

The Eastsider has contacted a real estate broker for more information.

The one-story Philippine Village has served as a commercial hub for the area’s Filipino community.  But last year, EHOF Eagle Rock purchased the property for $9 million, according to PropertyShark.com.

Other Eagle Rock Boulevard developments include a 45-home project now under construction at 4320 Eagle Rock Boulevard and a 46-unit affordable housing project planned for 4121 Eagle Rock Boulevard .  In addition, the 52-home NELA Union project was completed last year on the south end of Eagle Rock Boulevard.

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  1. Recent development projects in Eagle Rock are hideous! I foresee another eyesore development in Eagle Rock!

    • You really think it’s going to look worse then the exterior of the current building?

      I can’t imagine how…

      I don’t love all modern town homes, but I would take any of them over a beat up commercial building covered in poor signage and metal gates. Or the innumerable auto body and car shops that litter Colorado, ER Blvd and York.

      Can’t stop progress…

  2. You call that progress? I call it WHO do you know – to have passed a hideous new, so called modern building? You have a right to your opinion and I have a right to my opinion. And, at no time did I say I like what was there! Yet, if something were to be resurrected there, I sure would love it to have architectural integrity that compliments a community!

  3. 600 feet!!!!!!! Ftw!!!!

  4. Slappy mufistian

    One less church. Thank gawd!

    • I don’t think you will find much argument that it is generally a positive thing when churches leave a community. It does matter of course that any development that replaces a church is well designed and properly scaled for the location.

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