The applicant is requesting approval of the design, colors, and materials to remodel the exterior façade to an existing eight-unit apartment building. The design is reflective of an International Style and consistent with the Ocean Park Neighborhood Design Guidelines that prescribes three specific styles; Spanish, Craftsman, and International. The existing building, originally constructed in the 60s, consists of a generic design that has been cosmetically altered over time. The applicant proposes a comprehensive exterior remodel that features an assortment of contemporary finishes with a semiindustrial aesthetic. The building exterior includes smooth stucco walls, bronze metal siding, clear glass guardrails, perforated Corten steel guardrails, aluminum frame windows, IPE wood decking, and stainless steel cable guardrails. The front façade is renewed with design elements that enhance the street orientation by concealing the atgrade parking spaces and introducing two new distinguished balconies. The lower balcony guardrail features a custom patterned perforated Corten Steel while the upper balcony provides a band of transparent glass. A similar composition of materials is also used along the side and rear elevations to create visual interest and contrast along the façade for a cohesive design. The existing upper level walkways leading to the unit entries are improved with new and added windows and are partially screened with the custom pattern Corten Steel panels. The unique geometry of the steel panels provide a refined aesthetic that is relates to the topography of the site while providing a some privacy along the walkway. The roof area is improved with four roof deck spaces that are comprised of IPE wood decking and secured with stainless steel cable and perforated Corten steel guardrails. The terraced roof deck areas provide a stepped are also reflective of the sloping terrain of the property.