The Project site is currently occupied with a 23,072-square-foot office building and two accessory buildings of 5,044 square feet and 2,144 square feet at 12575 W. Beatrice Street, and an 87,881-square-foot office building at 12541 W. Beatrice Street.
The New Beatrice West Project (Project) includes the construction of a new eight-story office building with a total floor area of 199,500 square feet comprised of 196,100 square feet of office space and 3,400 square feet of ground floor commercial space. The Project is proposed on a 196,463-square-foot (4.51 acre) site located at 12575 W. Beatrice Street, 12553–12575 W. Beatrice Street, and 5410–5454 S. Jandy Place (identified herein as 12575 W. Beatrice Street) and 12541 W. Beatrice Street (collectively, Project site) in the Palms–Mar Vista–Del Rey Community Plan area of the City of Los Angeles (City). The Project site is currently occupied with a 23,072-square-foot office building and two accessory buildings of 5,044 square feet and 2,144 square feet at 12575 W. Beatrice Street, and an 87,881-square-foot office building at 12541 W. Beatrice Street. As part of the Project, the existing structures at 12575 W. Beatrice Street would be removed while the existing office building at 12541 W. Beatrice Street would be retained. As part of the Project, the existing property lot lines would be adjusted to accommodate a corner landscaped parcel, a building site for the construction of the proposed new building (at 12575 W. Beatrice Street, 12553–12575 W. Beatrice Street, and 5410–5454 S. Jandy Place), and a parcel for the existing building (12541 W. Beatrice Street). When the lot line adjustment is complete, the lot at 12575 W. Beatrice Street would contain approximately 103,281 square feet (2.37 acres) and the lot at 12541 W. Beatrice Street would contain approximately 93,182 square feet (2.14 acres). An approximately 389-square-foot lot would also be created at the corner of Jandy Place and Beatrice Street for landscaping and open space purposes.
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