Eight years after its original approval, the Melrose Triangle Project is once again ready to build.
But first the development must go before the Planning Commission to seek approval for changes to the original plan.
West Hollywood Planning Commission
Thursday, February 17, 2022 6:30PM
Changes to the project include an increase from 76 residential units to 80 residential units.
An increase from 137,064 square feet to 260,719 square feet of office area; a decrease from 45,112 square feet to 44,583 square feet of retail; removal of art gallery and design showroom uses.
An increase in indoor restaurant/café areas from 8,202 square feet to 15,986 square feet; the addition of designated outdoor dining area of 3,902 square feet; and a parking reduction from 884 spaces to 526 spaces.
The removal of vehicular access along Santa Monica Boulevard and the addition of a public central landscaped courtyard.
The West Hollywood West Residents Association supports the proposed changes to the Melrose Triangle Project. The newly designed project is more visually and commercially integrated into our community. The development has improved the pedestrian experience on Melrose Ave, offers useful amenities to our residents and increases the variety of sustainable affordable housing within the development. WHWRA believes the project will be an asset to our community and greater West Hollywood.
The full staff report, Item 10D, and information on how to watch and publicly comment during the meeting is available at the link below:https://weho.granicus.com/GeneratedAgendaViewer.php?event_id=1332
Residents are also encouraged to summit your individual comments via E-Comment to the Commission at: https://wehocomms.typeform.com/to/cSnlajum?typeform-source=www.weho.org
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