Judge Hands Hollywood Developer a Win, Backing a Plan for Two Residential Towers


Judge Hands Hollywood Developer a Win, Backing a Plan for Two Residential Towers

2018-07-13T17:28:23+00:00July 13th, 2018|Advocacy, Local Updates|

“A judge has rejected a bid by the nonprofit AIDS Healthcare Foundation to block the construction of two residential towers next to the group’s Hollywood headquarters, handing a victory to the city of Los Angeles and the project’s developer.

In her 18-page ruling, Superior Court Judge Amy D. Hogue said city officials followed the state’s environmental law when they approved the two towers, which are expected to reach 30 stories and house 731 apartments. Hogue also said the city properly determined that the project’s ‘aesthetic impacts’ were not significant.

Michael Weinstein, who heads the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, said his group will file an appeal of the ruling. “We feel that the [project’s environmental impact report] is wrong,” he said in an interview. “It doesn’t take into account the impacts on the area.”

The City Council voted to approve the project, called the Palladium Residences, in 2016. ”

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