Los Angeles City Planning Commission has approved plans for 52 one- and two-bedroom apartments in Mission Hills, according to an Urbanize.LA report. The proposed project would rise just north of the 118 freeway on a vacant lot at Bermuda Street and Langdon Avenue. The four-story structure, which would include seven low-income units, will provide 77 parking spaces. According to architectural plans, the low-rise structure will be stucco and concrete on the outside painted white, orange and gray. The commission aporoved the project in a unanimous vote, despite the objection of Mission Hills Neighborhood Council, which submitted a letter in which concerns were expressed regarding potential impacts on public safety and traffic congestion, as well as perceived burdens on sewage, water and power systems. Developed by Ackerman Family Trust, the Bermuda Apartments, which will take 21 months to complete, should be online by spring 2021.