Give your two cents on the Beverly Triangle Plaza as city preps to re-design

Hello Neighbors,

At Monday’s West Hollywood City Council meeting, the Planning Department will ask the council to allow for a redesign of the “Beverly Triangle Plaza” (aka Beverly/Bonner Gathering Space) and to support associated community outreach efforts.

WEHO CITY COUNCIL MEETING
Monday, May 16, 2022
6PM
625 N. San Vicente Blvd, West Hollywood

Beverly Blvd and Bonner Dr as it is today

The original design for the project was not supported by many residents and businesses. The Planning Department has taken that under consideration and will present a new concept to the community at a later date.  

This request to redesign is expected to pass without discussion by the City Council. But residents can still make public commentsin person at Council Chambers, via email or telephone. 

Follow the Weho City link below for instructions on how to comment and to see the entire Staff Report on Item 2Q:http://weho.granicus.com/GeneratedAgendaViewer.php?event_id=ce598ce2-3959-4c22-b52a-ed63fe2dbeae

Thank you for your support and commitment to your neighborhood.
WEST HOLLYWOOD WEST RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION

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chloe ross
chloe ross
12 days ago

After many years in this town, I have always wondered why, in such a small city, we have so many named ‘districts?”, It seems overdone and pretentious and kind of self-important. Just my observation, but my real question is WHY?

District or Duchy
District or Duchy
11 days ago
Reply to  chloe ross

Think of each as a Duchy with a Director or Duke sitting in City Hall. The directors were formerly known as the Counts of No Account.😂

Thom Cook
Thom Cook
12 days ago

An excellent location for a homeless encampment! Move the homeless located on the San Vicente center median across from Cedars-Sinai to this spot. Provide communal showers for them to bathe, Port-a-Pottys to…well, they won’t use ’em but hey!….a tree to hang their laundry on, and a rack to park their stolen grocery carts.

It’s a win-win!

Re-elect all WeHo City Council members! They’re doing such a great job.

Frank
Frank
12 days ago
Reply to  Thom Cook

west hollywood doesn’t allow encampments

jack and ennis twist
jack and ennis twist
12 days ago
Reply to  Thom Cook

WOW…ugly is really a good look on you Thom!

Ham Shipey
Ham Shipey
4 days ago

He’s just being honest. Parks don’t work in LA. It’s a shame….but it’s true.

Ham Shipey
Ham Shipey
4 days ago
Reply to  Thom Cook

yep

David Abrams
David Abrams
13 days ago

Keep the parking!

Integrity Never Goes Out of Style
Integrity Never Goes Out of Style
14 days ago

Opportunities like this continue to be hijacked with silly programs controlled by the Arts Director and Commission who operate with little knowledge and their own independent agendas. This more rightfully could be governed by the Planning Commission in a focused manner. Buildings and streets scapes/landscape should be part of overall continuity, guided by PC and the Urban Design/City Architect office. They could engage independent consultants on a project by project basis. More focus could also be beneficial if the overall perspective regarding aesthetics would be directed towards value of architectural design rather than “art appendages “ and billboards. Otherwise the… Read more »

chloe ross
chloe ross
12 days ago

Good point.

Tom
Tom
14 days ago

Yes, lets remove that awful parking. There is waaaaay to much parking available in the neighborhood.

Who doesn’t love a tree.
Who doesn’t love a tree.
14 days ago

Plant a simple grove of trees to enhance breathability. No benches, no shards of demolished buildings, no crude concepts generated by the ill informed Arts Commission and it’s Director.

Who doesn’t love a tree?

Joshua88
Joshua88
13 days ago

Was thinking green stuff. Perfect.

Tom
Tom
14 days ago

Keep the trend going City no doubt another hotel bigger than Edison with condos and short term rentals.
A indoor mall with lots of street frontage retail space looks like it’s already dug up for 10 level subterranean garage.
Don’t forget AMC Movie theatre and maybe a mini gas station too there isn’t one for miles.

Tom
Tom
14 days ago

Should be a little pocket park. Would be great to take as much street space as possible to narrow down the lanes.

greeneyedguy
greeneyedguy
14 days ago

A great location for a park.

Ham Shipey
Ham Shipey
14 days ago

No parks. Only attracts trouble. Why is the city involved with this space at all??????

Michael Dolan
Michael Dolan
14 days ago
Reply to  Ham Shipey

West Hollywood is involved because it is in West Hollywood.

Joël Huxtable
Joël Huxtable
14 days ago
Reply to  Michael Dolan

Hahahahaha!

08mellie
08mellie
13 days ago
Reply to  Ham Shipey

YEP. No more homeless camps.

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