Case Studies & Examples / Etc.

“East Hollywood Target Could Be Shortened as Approvals Begin”

Monday, August 13, 2012, by Neal Broverman The proposed Target at Sunset and Western has been a long time coming–after being hit with neighborhood lawsuits related to its parking plan and height, the retailer decided to undergo the environmental impact reportprocess and came back with areconfigured project in January this year. The project is a 194,749 square foot … Continue reading

Case Studies & Examples / Housing / Mixed Use / Parks

“CIM preparing construction on Sunset Gordon tower in Hollywood”

March 9, 2012 “CIM Group has begun site preparation work and will soon start construction of its controversial 22-story Sunset Gordon tower in Hollywood. The 1.7 acre site, home to 1920s-era building that housed a closed Old Spaghetti Factory restaurant, was bought in 2006 by Portland-based Gerding Edlen for about $20 million. The developer then … Continue reading

Case Studies & Examples / Housing / Mixed Use

“Huge Hollywood Mixed-Use Blvd6200 Finally Breaks Ground”

June 1, 2012 By Neal Broverman “The sad area next to the Pantages Theater will soon be less horrifying to tourists, as the giant mixed-use Blvd6200 project has broken ground, according to Julie Wong in City Councilmember Eric Garcetti’s office. It took more than half a decade to get here, with octogenarian legal disputes, fightsover supergraphics, and developer switcharoos complicating matters, … Continue reading