Loading Events

« All Events

  • This event has passed.

Public Scoping for Environmental Impact on District NoHo

July 15 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

District NoHo

Join the meeting: Visit joinwebinar.com and enter webinar ID 555-728-771 and email

Meeting Notice

A Public Scoping Meeting will be held to receive input as to what environmental topics the EIR should study.
No decisions about the Project are made at the Public Scoping Meeting.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The Project proposes a transit-oriented development of approximately 15.9 acres of
land owned by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) at and including the
terminus of Metro’s B (Red) Line and G (Orange) Line (Project Site) as part of a joint development effort with
Metro. The Project Site includes four parcels located generally north/east and west/south of Lankershim
Boulevard. The Project would revitalize and expand transit facilities and include 1,523,528 square feet of
residential uses comprised of 1,216 market rate units and 311 affordable residential units, 105,125 new square
feet of retail/restaurant uses, and up to approximately 580,374 new square feet of office space (inclusive of
87,300 square feet of parking, which may be converted to office use in the future). In addition, the Project would
provide 297,925 square feet of open space located throughout the Project Site, 87,225 square feet of which
would be publicly accessible, privately operated and maintained. The proposed uses would be located within
several buildings on multiple blocks ranging in height from one to 28 stories. The proposed uses would be
supported by up to 3,313 vehicle parking spaces and up to 1,167 bicycle parking spaces. Up to 750 vehicle
parking spaces for Metro uses, which may be located on-site, in the off-site Metro lots, or some combination of
on-site and off-site, as well as up to 166 Metro Bike Hub bicycle parking spaces, would also be included on-site
as part of the Project. These off-site Metro parking areas would be developed in support of the Project, but
would be separately permitted by Metro.


July 15
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Event Category:
Translate »