A 24-story building could go up on Second Street just west of the 110 Freeway. This month, plans were submitted to the Department of City Planning for a high-rise at 1264 W. Second St.

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A series of one-story commercial and industrial buildings would be replaced by a structure holding 355 residential units. The application was submitted by Ashai Design, a Beverly Hills-based planning and architecture company.

The developer is hoping to secure incentives that would allow for greater density and reduced parking in exchange for setting aside some units for affordable housing (the exact number of those residences is not clear). No budget or timeline for the project has been disclosed.