945 W. 8th Street Project

2 Documents in Project

Summary

SCH Number
2017091079
Lead Agency
Los Angeles, City of (City of Los Angeles)
Document Title
945 W. 8th Street Project
Document Type
NOP - Notice of Preperation
Received
Present Land Use
C4-1D(Commercial)/neighborhood office commercial

Document Description
Note: Refer to Revised NOP submitted on 10/12/17 The 945 W. 8th Street Project proposes to develop a mixed use residential and commercial development located on an approx 1.29-acre (56,220 sf) vacant site within the larger approx 7.7-acre Unified Development Site. The Unified Development site includes the entire block bounded by the Harbor Freeway to the west, S. Figueroa St to the east, W. 7th St to the north, and W. 8th St to the south. No new development is proposed outside of the project site, and existing uses within the Unified Development Site would continue to operate as under existing conditions. The mixed-use project would include up to 791,843 sf of floor area in a single tower atop an 11-level podium with two entirely subterranean levels, three partially subterranean levels, and six above-grade levels. The total max building height would be 695 ft above grade as viewed from W. 8th St. The project would include a total of up to 781 residential units and up to approx 6,700 sf of commercial retail and/or restaurant uses.

Contact Information
William Lamborn
City of Los Angeles
200 N. Spring Street, Room 750
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Phone : (213) 978-1470

Location

Cities
Los Angeles Los Angeles, City of
Counties
Los Angeles
Cross Streets
S. Figueroa St and W. 8th St
Zip
90017
Total Acres
1.29
Parcel #
5144-009-079, 080
State Highways
SR 110, US 101, I 10
Railways
Metro (red, blue, expo, purple l
Schools
Several
Waterways
LA River

Notice of Completion

Review Period Start
Development Type
Residential (781 Units) Commercial (6,700 Sq. Ft.)
Local Action
Site Plan Use Permit Subdivision
Project Issues
Aesthetic/Visual Air Quality Archaeologic-Historic Drainage/Absorption Geologic/Seismic Noise Population/Housing Balance Public Services Recreation/Parks Schools/Universities Sewer Capacity Soil Erosion/Compaction/Grading Traffic/Circulation Tribal Cultural Resources Water Supply Growth Inducing Land Use Cumulative Effects
Reviewing Agencies
California Department of Parks and Recreation California Highway Patrol California Public Utilities Commission Caltrans, District 7 Department of Fish and Wildlife, Region 5 Department of Housing and Community Development Office of Emergency Services, California Regional Water Quality Control Board, Region 4 Resources Agency State Lands Commission State Water Resources Control Board, Division of Drinking Water Native American Heritage Commission
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