The Project includes a mixed-use commercial and residential development, with commercial and residential access. Part of the Metro railroad easement at the southern portion of the site is planned for use as rail-line-related infrastructure. The Development project would provide Expo Line passengers with pedestrian access to both existing and planned bus stops. The project would provide parking spaces combined for residential, commercial, and guest use. These parking stalls would be provided in up to five subterranean parking levels located below the development.
Cove Specific Plan
COVE SPECIFIC PLAN
The Project includes a zone change and a Specific Plan for a 498 unit detached single-family residential development and a school site. Other uses include a 7-acre park, 69 acres of open space that includes a storm water detention area, and approximately 4.3 acres of greenbelt area.
Green Hollow Square
GREEN HOLLOW SQUARE
The Project includes a neighborhood-oriented commercial center, which would include a pedestrian-oriented gathering place offering goods and services to the surrounding community. The project involves demolition of the existing buildings and structures and construction of three new two-story commercial buildings containing tenant spaces for retail, restaurant, office, storage, and other local services in an open-air setting with several courtyards connected by pedestrian pathways.
Highland Center Project
The Project comprises the West Block, the Center Block, and the East Block. The West Block would be developed with one 28-story building consisting of two levels of hotel-related common area, 12 levels of hotel rooms. The Center Block would be developed in two phases with Phase I developing a five-story building containing 84,800 square feet of office space and 14 levels of residential units above 4.5 levels of subterranean parking that would serve the residential uses. The East Block would be developed with one 19-story building consisting of lobby and retail uses on the ground floor, and parking spaces on the ground floor and second floors. Combined, the three blocks would develop a total of 496 dwellings units, 300 hotel rooms, 186,200 square feet of office uses, and 45,400 square feet of retail uses.
The Project includes the redevelopment of the approximate 238-acre Racetrack Grandstand and the Pavilion/Casino and the construction of a new mixed-use development. The Project includes demolition of most of the improvements and structures on the Project site, including the Hollywood Park Racetrack and grandstand, and the new construction of approximately 2,995 dwelling units, 620,000 square feet of retail space, 75,000 square feet of office/commercial space, a 300-room hotel including 20,000 square feet of related meeting space, and 10,000 square feet of community serving uses. The Pavilion/Casino will be renovated at its existing location on the Project site and reconfigured as a maximum 120,000 square feet Casino/gambling facility.
The Project site, approximately 11 acres proposes redevelopment of three of the four corners that comprise the Main Street-Lake Mary Road/Minaret Road intersection. In total, the Project would include the construction of up to 742 condominium/hotel rooms, up to approximately 69,150 square feet of hotel amenities and operations and general retail uses, 40,500 square feet of retail development, and 711 parking spaces and nine spaces for hotel guest check-in. Affordable housing, totaling 45,991 square feet, would be required to be provided as part of the Project, some of which would be constructed off site.
Martin Expo Town Center
MARTIN EXPO TOWN CENTER
The Project includes the removal of all existing structures, and a total of 807,200 square feet of new development, with a proposed floor-area-ration (FAR). The Project is seeking flexible land use entitlements with a base plan of 516 dwelling units (540,200 gross square feet), 67,000 square feet of retail floor area, 200,000 square feet of creative office floor area, and associated subterranean parking.
The Project would include a Land Use Equivalency Program (LUEP) to allow development flexibility of the Project’s land uses and floor areas. The LUEP would define a framework within which a mix of land uses could be modified within the development envelope defined by the approved entitlements without resulting in any new significant impacts.
The Project includes the construction of approximately 1,052,667 net square feet of new developed floor area. The historic Capitol Records Building and the Gogerty Building are within the Project Site. These historic structures would be preserved and maintained and are operating as office and music recording facilities under long term lease. Including the existing approximately 114,303 square-foot Capitol Records Complex, the Project would include a maximum of approximately 1,166,970 net square feet of floor area resulting in a 6:1 Floor Area Ratio averaged across the Project Site. The Project would also demolish and/or remove the existing approximately 1,800 square foot rental car facility. The Project would develop a mix of land uses, including some combination of residential dwelling units, luxury hotel rooms, office and associated uses, restaurant space, health and fitness club uses, and retail uses.
Olympic & Bundy
OLYMPIC & BUNDY
The Project includes a Zone Change from M2-1 to RAS3-1, General Plan Amendment to change the land use designation from Light Industrial to General Commercial, Conditional Use Permit to allow medical offices in M2-1 zone, Vesting Tentative Tract Map, Site Plan Review findings, Haul Route approval, and any other actions as may be determined necessary. The Project includes the demolition of all on-site uses and the development of a mixed-use project and medical offices with associated parking on a 11.55-acre site. The project would include 385 dwelling units, 119,838 square feet of retail space (including approximately 9,500 square feet of restaurant space) on Parcel A, and the development of 384,735 square feet of medical offices on Parcel B.
The Project includes the construction of 34 residential units, a subterranean parking garage, and associated amenities in the western two acres of the 11-acre project site. Half of the units would be detached single-family residences and the remaining half of the units would be attached in the form of duplexes and triplexes. Five of the units would be designated as affordable housing. In addition to the residential units, the project would include gardens, open space areas, an amphitheater, a community center, and promenades/pedestrian walkways.
The Project includes a multiple-use commercial and residential community concentrated around open space amenities. The project also includes all related infrastructure to serve the development, including circulation elements, on-site and off-site drainage facilities including an open space recreation area, and utilities. The primary land uses associated with the Project are divides into 11 Planning Areas. The ultimate buildout potential of the Project would include 1,077 residential units and 535,788 square feet of commercial land uses.
SMC Master Plan
SMC MASTER PLAN
The Project includes renovation, new construction and demolition of facilities on the 41.5-acre Santa Monica College Main Campus, the 3.5-acre Academy of Entertainment and Technology, the 2.4-acre Olympic Shuttle, and the 4.5-acre SMC Performing Arts Campus. The primary objective of the Santa Monica College Career and Educational Facilities Master Plan is to update the Santa Monica College Master Plan goals and policies with respect to acquiring, planning, developing, and maintaining facilities and equipment to provide the best possible educational environment and promote the incorporation of sustainable resources.
Temple Israel of Hollywood Enhancement Program
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF HOLLYWOOD ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM
The Proposed Project would involve the construction of 47,010 square feet of school and sanctuary uses including 224 parking spaces, the renovation of the existing sanctuary, pre-school classrooms, and administrative facilities, as well as, the demolition of the 8,590-sqaure foot Weisz Building.
Via Piazzo Cerritos
VIA PIAZZO CERRITOS
The Project includes the removal of three vacant buildings and an associated surface parking lot. The Project would construct a 5-level (4 stories plus a mezzanine), 236,806-square-foot residential building containing 198 units, and 378 parking spaces.