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Old Posted Jan 10, 2018, 10:05 AM
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SOil testing going on last week at Millennium hollywood site and budget rent a car has been vacated for a few months now
I have honestly given up on Millennium Hollywood breaking ground, but if it did... it would be fucking sick.

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Old Posted Jan 10, 2018, 3:31 PM
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I have honestly given up on Millennium Hollywood breaking down, but if it did... it would be fucking sick.
No doubt. This proposal has been dead for so long I can't even remember if they have approvals or not and what the findings were on the earthquake fault studies. Also likely to be Nimby lawsuits needing to be settled.

That said, the area around the Capitol Records building has come a long way of late with the Argyle Tower set to open, the new Kimpton hotel across the street, and even the Eastown garbage down the block.
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Old Posted Jan 11, 2018, 11:08 AM
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Oh yeah of little faith. Millennium towers will exist again.
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I think that Eastown Phase II is actually shaping up to be a pretty interesting facade with a better than expected streetwall presence.
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Yea, not too bad.
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Would Santa Monica Blvd be able to support a subway train line? Say from Union Station, north to Chinatown/Gold Line, Dodger Stadium then head west to Echo Park, Vermont/Santa Monica red line and continue west towards Hollywood Forever cemetery, Fairfax, La Cienega, and finally in West Hollywood’s Pacific Design Center linking with the future expo/pink line... then Beverley Gardens Park, Connecting to Century City purple line and continue west on more few stops before reaching Santa Monica Beach?
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Would Santa Monica Blvd be able to support a subway train line? Say from Union Station, north to Chinatown/Gold Line, Dodger Stadium then head west to Echo Park, Vermont/Santa Monica red line and continue west towards Hollywood Forever cemetery, Fairfax, La Cienega, and finally in West Hollywood’s Pacific Design Center linking with the future expo/pink line... then Beverley Gardens Park, Connecting to Century City purple line and continue west on more few stops before reaching Santa Monica Beach?
Yes as far as WeHo, but then it should probably been down La Cienega to Wilshire and Expo. Otherwise, it overlaps too much with the purple line.
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