Dog park-adjacent condos proposed for Silver Lake

A proposal to build four condominiums on two lots across the street from the Silver Lake Dog Park is scheduled to be reviewed tonight before the urban design committee of the Silver Lake Neighborhood Council.  The owner is seeking city permission to subdivide the property at 1619 Silver Lake Boulevard, which includes an existing home. Existing zoning  in this section of Silver Lake does permit two buildings on a lot but the two lots targeted for development are slightly smaller than the 5,000-square-foot minimum required. In addition, the developer is seeking to provide less than 20 feet between the buildings as required under current zoning.

The Silver Lake Neighborhood Council’s Urban Design & Preservation Committee, which serves as an advisory group,  is scheduled to take up the issue at a meeting scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. Click here for an agenda and meeting details.  A public hearing before a Planning Department zoning administrator is scheduled for April 28. Click here for the public hearing notice.

One comment

  1. Ugh! I think this neighborhood is dense enough as it is. We really don’t need anymore homes.

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