Beverly Grove church, Our Lady of Mt. Lebanon, recently filed plans with the city’s planning department for a 19-story apartment complex at San Vicente Boulevard and Burton Way, the one acre site of its current cathedral. The proposal contemplates a mixed- use building with 153 rental units, including seventeen affordable housing residences, as well as about 31,000 square feet of office space, meeting rooms, underground parking and an auditorium. Plans call for the temporary dismantle and relocation of the historic 1937 Spanish Revival-style cathedral. The structure will be rehabilitated and reassembled once the new tower is complete. The project will be designed by Los Angeles firm Nadel Architects in conjunction with Architectural Resources Group and LRM Landscape Architecture. The church hopes the project will generate revenue and preserve the church’s future while providing needed housing. Our Lady of Mt. Lebanon was originally founded in 1923 in Boyle Heights and moved to its current location in 1966.

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