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Community Meeting – Bristol Parkway Project

fpt1257ex.128914_mdThe City of Culver City and HSH Management will be holding the first community meeting on Thursday Sept. 14 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at the Four Points by Sheraton, 5990 Green Valley Circle, Culver City 90230. The community meeting will be to present information about the proposed development plans at the current Fox Hills Plaza shopping center site and to provide an opportunity for feedback and questions from the community.

The Fox Hills Neighborhood Association has held two meeting with HSH, and has met with Vice Mayor Thomas Small as well. The community vision called “Fox Hills 2.0”  is still being discussed by residents, and the ongoing questions of local control and density are a big part of the conversation.

HSH Management – the applicant to develop the site –  recently submitted a preliminary project review application for site improvements at 6221 Bristol Parkway to the city.

’The Bristol Parkway Comprehensive Plan’, including the following details:
• Demolition of 60,157 sf of existing box retail buildings within existing 6.25 acre commercial site
• Approximately 840,000 sf / 750 new residential (for rent) apartments, inclusive of amenity space
• Approximately 21,000 sf of new retail space
• An 800-space subterranean parking structure
• Landscaped public / private areas representing approximately 50% open space

According to the city, the purpose of the meeting is to present the Bristol Parkway project, solicit the community’s comments, and receive
feedback, as part of the city’s review process. Community comments and feedback will be compiled and provided to the Planning Commission and subsequently the City Council, who will have the final decision on development application requests.

The meeting is open to the public and all stakeholders. No RSVP is required. Light refreshments and snacks will be provided.

Further questions and information requests regarding the project may be directed to the project applicant representative – Eric Shabsis with Marathon Communications (eshabsis@marathon-com.com)

FHNA has more information on their website at  www.fhnacc.org/plaza  

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