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WeHo Residents Take Issue With Proposed Cancer Center Building

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WeHo residents take issue with cancer center

WEST HOLLYWOOD (Beverly Press) — The proposed medical research center would replace three parcels and a public right-of-way alley on a nearly one-acre site. (photo by Ryan Mancini) West Hollywood residents voiced concerns during a scoping meeting at the West Hollywood Library on Tuesday about a proposed development planned at the corner of Beverly and North Robertson boulevards.

The project would demolish buildings located at the site and replace them with a 10-story mixed-use office building. Though intended to be a cancer research center, it will also include an underground parking lot, retail stores, restaurant and café. The Charles and Ray Eames building will remain. Construction for the development would take 30 months.

Some audience members asked about the medical center’s proximity to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and whether another center was necessary. Darren Embry, community development director of the real estate firm Faring, opened the meeting.

“In discussions with other healthcare providers in the southland, they are very enthusiastic about partnerships […]

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Construction Begins on Mixed-Use Development Near Pavilions

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Construction Begins for Mixed-Use Development at 9001 Santa Monica Boulevard

WEST HOLLYWOOD (Urbanize LA) — Construction has commenced for a mixed-use development at the former site of The Palm Restaurant in West Hollywood. The project, which comes from developer GPI Companies , will rise from a .634-acre site at 9001 Santa Monica Boulevard.

Plans call for the construction of a five-story building featuring 37 apartments – including eight affordable units – above ground-floor restaurant space and two levels of subterranean parking.

“We are excited to begin construction on this unique residential project, creating a centrally located, high-end residential development with best-in-class amenities for future tenants to call home,” said Jamie Ross, Director of Development at GPI Companies in a prepared statement. “West Hollywood is growing rapidly and transforming with several exciting new projects. 9001 Santa Monica will anchor this stretch of Santa […]

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Faring Seeking $375M in Construction Financing for WeHo Mixed-Use Project

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Faring Seeking $375M in Construction Financing for WeHo Mixed-Use Project

WEST HOLLYWOOD (Commercial Observer) — Faring is seeking $375.2 million in construction financing for Robertson Lane , its mega mixed-use development in West Hollywood, Commercial Observer has learned.

The five-year, floating-rate lending opportunity is being marketed by Cushman & Wakefield ’s Rob Rubano , Brian Share , Ernesto Sanchez , Joseph Lieske , Becca Tse and Keith Paden , according to an offering memorandum shared with CO. Officials at C&W declined to comment.

Sources said the deal hit the market on Tuesday.

When completed, the 1.92-acre project— located at 652 North La Peer Drive , at the edge of Beverly Hills—will include a 5-star, 182-room hotel, a private members’ club with 19 guest rooms and high-end retail, restaurant, office and banquet space. The development will also feature a three-level subterranean […]

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Planning Commission Thwarts Appeal of Homeless Housing on La Brea

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Planning commission thwarts appeal of homeless housing in Fairfax

Department of City Planning A rendering of The Pointe on La Brea development. A neighborhood group’s appeal against a 50-unit homeless housing development at La Brea and Willoughby in Fairfax was unanimously denied by the city planning commission on Thursday.

Commissioners disagreed with the reasons for the appeal and expressed dismay that a permanent supportive housing project had been delayed because of it.

“When you go out and see people who are homeless, and you complain that the city’s not moving fast enough,” this is the problem, said Commissioner Dana Perlman.

The La Brea Willoughby Coalition, which filed the appeal, told commissioners the project’s developer violated their right to “due process,” claiming that they were not properly notified of the project and had not had adequate time to voice […]

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