While it’s not sold yet, “we have a lot of parties that are interested” in buying the package, Oron Maher, the project’s broker, Tuesday told What Now Los Angeles. Once the project gets all its plans approved through the city in “two to three months,” a buyer would be able to pull permits and go vertical with the design and entitlements in place. The site, about a mile away from the University of Southern California, would be ideal for student housing, co-living, Section 8, or a “standard tenant” property, Maher said.