Dear Elysian Valley Neighbors, SIGNED LOD DIR 2014-953 <– click here to download. As you may already know, the Bimbo Bakery Project has been conditionally approved. I have attached the document that the Los Angeles City has published as their findings for this project. During this period in time, you should review the document and …
“In the last 24 months, almost half of Frogtown have traded,” says architect and RAC DB principal Rick Cortez, “Though physically the neighborhood has not changed, it’s actually has, there is a completely new owner pool.”
The Los Angeles Planning Commission on Thursday voted unanimously in favor of tamping down development along the Los Angeles River in Frogtown, limiting both the size and height of new construction.
I just wanted to let you all know that the Planning Commission today voted to approve the proposed Q condition revisions. They will now go to the PLUM committee of City Council and then on to the full city council.
While these proposed Q condition changes are not perfect and not entirely aligned with the neighborhood council recommendations, approving them is good for Elysian Valley as they are more restrictive than the existing Q conditions.