NEW 6-STORY HOTEL CONTAINING 112 ROOMS AND 73 PARKING SPACES OVER ONE LEVEL OF SUBTERRANEAN PARKING INCLUDING 7 SHORT TERM GUEST REGISTRATION SPACES AT GRADE LEVEL.
PURSUANT TO SEC. 12.32 A VESTING ZONE CHANGE FROM C2-1-O TO RAS4-1-O
PURSUANT TO SEC. 12.28 A ZONING ADMINISTRATORS ADJUSTMENT FOR REDUCED SIDE YARDS; ALLOWING FOR SIDE YARDS OF 1 FOOT FROM 5 FEET.
PURSUANT TO SEC. 12.14 W.24 A CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT TO ALLOW A HOTEL WITHIN 500 FEET OF AN R ZONE.
PURSUANT TO SEC. SITE PLAN REVIEW FOR A DEVELOPMENT PROJECT IN EXCESS OF 50,000 SQUARE FEET OF NON-RESIDENTIAL FLOOR AREA.
* But right now my main focus is on our residential streets and these hideous oversized 5 story buildings that crowd their neighbors, are ugly as sin, and rents are skyrocket. I still want to know if our neighborhood is currently zoned for 5 story buildings!
* Status of new 5 story apartment buildings in Pico-Roberston area
I hope someone can answer this for me. As you know there was one 5 story apartment building built in the Pico Robertson area and took a few years to build. It’s an eyesore and so tall it does not fit into our neighborhood.
I have noticed that the same company that built is has at least two other properties ( one on South Corning St.) slated to build another hideous 5 story apartment building. No work has been started on it even though it as sat empty and abandoned for quite a while.
I was told that the city of Los Angeles has rescinded or stop allowing the building of 5 story buildings in our area. Is this true? Does anyone have any info on this. I hope it true and that this builder can not build this and the others he has slated.