Give feedback on the Beverly Triangle Plaza project

The proposed project, abutting the former Coffee Bean and the Leica store on the NE corner of Robertson and Beverly, would redesign roughly 5,000 square feet of public space with new landscaping, shade, seating, and public art. It will also retain nearly all the existing parking spaces.

At a recent West Hollywood Arts and Cultural Affairs Commission, the proposed “seating sculpture” and art installation for this project was not received well by attending residents and businesses.

At today’s community meeting, residents and businesses will be able to speak directly to city staff and offer their opinions and suggestions.

This project will also be reviewed by the Public Facilities Commission this Wednesday, August 11 at 6:30pm.For information on how to make comments and/or attend that meeting, click on the Weho City link below:http://cms6ftp.visioninternet.com/weho/packets/pfc/pfc.htm

For more  information on the Beverly Triangle Plaza project visit weho.org/beverlytriangle or sign up for Weho City email updates here

For any questions, or to submit any general comments about the project, please contact David Fenn, Associate Planner, at dfenn@weho.org or (323) 848-6336.

Beverly Triangle Plaza
Community Meeting
Monday, August 9 2021
5pm
Via Zoom:https://us06web.zoom.us/j/89610557317

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Brady Westwater
Brady Westwater
2 months ago

We tried something like that in DTLA; but instead of the homeless, the ‘parks’ became the offices for many of the major drug dealers.

Joshua88
Joshua88
2 months ago

It is a shame that people see improvements through the eyes of the homeless population.
There are other takeaways that would be more helpful to the homeless population than the complaints.

JJ1
JJ1
2 months ago

Feedback: start over.

Mike
Mike
2 months ago

More places for the homeless

John Daniel Harrington-Tyrell
John Daniel Harrington-Tyrell
2 months ago

It is such a bad idea and will become a homeless attraction

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