LARCHMONT CHRONICLE - While the 1.1 million square foot, $664 million Hollywood Millennium Project at Hollywood and Vine is two miles north of Larchmont Village, it will have a negative impact on all the neighborhoods served by the Larchmont Chronicle.
During the four-year construction period, gridlock will paralyze Vine Street from Hollywood Blvd. to Franklin Ave., delaying access to and from the 101 Freeway and the Valley. This will cause traffic to be diverted onto smaller side streets, creating significant safety and quality of life issues for these residential neighborhoods.
But once the construction is completed, the gridlock will only get worse as 1,300 permanent workers, the residents of 500 luxury condos, 200 luxury hotel guests, diners, sports club members, and thousands of gawkers pour in and out of this mixed used facility, competing with the existing traffic flows, including the thousands of cars associated with the Hollywood Bowl and weekend traffic. (Read the rest)
Vol 11 Issue 47
Pub: June 11, 2013