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Legado and City of Redondo Beach Settlement Agreement

Legado and City of Redondo Beach Settlement Agreement

Here it is folks, the settlement agreement!! Looks like Legado will break off the Hotel and sell it, separate from the property. To outline:  Legado will reduce traffic from the project to “less than significant”.  Commercial sq feet will be brought down to 21,539. This is a reduction of 2,261…

PRESS ALERT Save The Riviera

PRESS ALERT Save The Riviera

  ‐‐‐ Press Release ‐‐‐ June 15, 2016 Since Fall of 2014, Redondo Beach residents have been fighting against the over-development of the Hollywood Riviera area. Save the Riviera, a grassroots community network, was formed in the fall of 2014 and has worked to educate and mobilize the community on…

HELP Needed!  SUPPORT Save the Riviera!

HELP Needed! SUPPORT Save the Riviera!

Who is Legado? Legado Companies is an apartment builder intent on bulldozing the corner of Palos Verdes Blvd and PCH. This is the Bristol Farms and PV Inn location. The site is 4.275 acres, which Legado wants to bulldoze down, except for the Hotel.  They want to build a six-story…

Redondo Beach Riviera Outdoor Dining Deck Improvement Project

Because The Elected Officials in the City of Redondo Beach Won’t do it,   here it is…. Here are the answers to people’s questions. Voted on by your City Council, September 15th, 2015. Concern #1, Cost: The dining decks cost anywhere from $5-8,000. Concern #2, loss of parking: “Parking temporarily…

Legado Redondo Wanted to build 150 CONDO’s -Blast from the Past

Legado Redondo Wanted to build 150 CONDO’s -Blast from the Past

  Did you know that Legado in Redondo beach wanted to build 150 Condo’s? District 1 councilman Steve Aspel (Now Mayor) said “”This is a start,” said Aspel. “They’re going to have to do something with that property … I’m convinced something will happen here—it’s just the size of it.”…

Redondo Beach Planning Commission axes Legado’s project proposal, company can appeal

Redondo Beach Planning Commission axes Legado’s project proposal, company can appeal

 BY: Kelcie Pegher A long-contested project in Riviera Village was voted down by the Redondo Beach Planning Commission Nov. 19, but it will likely not be the end of the road for the developer. Edward Czuker, the CEO of Legado, said the company still needs to come up with a…

Unanimous Vote Against Mixed Use Development South Redondo Sparks Controversy

Unanimous Vote Against Mixed Use Development South Redondo Sparks Controversy

By Liz Spear (Patch Staff) The Redondo Beach Planning Commission voted unanimously Thursday night to deny a Conditional Use Permit for a mixed-use development at the corner of Palos Verdes Boulevard and Pacific Coast Highway, setting in motion a variety of actions that could still bring the developer’s building plans…

Legado Redondo project denied by Redondo Beach Planning Commission

Legado Redondo project denied by Redondo Beach Planning Commission

by David Mendez Legado Redondo is no more…for now. On Thursday night, the Redondo Beach Planning Commission voted to deny a conditional use permit for the Legado Companies’ mixed-use development at the corner of Palos Verdes Boulevard and Pacific Coast Highway, which would have included 149 apartment units and 37,000…

Residents Blast City for Approving Apartment Building Design -Legado

Residents Blast City for Approving Apartment Building Design -Legado

The community was expecting a Mediterranean-style complex and is now faced with an art deco building that they never approved. By LAUREN ROSENBLUM(Patch Staff)  March 1, 2011 Residents Blast City for Approving Apartment Building Design Some Encino residents and local officials are seeing red over a new apartment complex…

Letter to Editor: Easy Reader November 5th 2015

Letter to Editor: Easy Reader November 5th 2015

Huntington-ed Dear ER: Don’t fall for this propaganda from the city, builders and the chamber (“Mixed feelings on development in Redondo Beach,” ER 10/29/2015). They fooled the public into approving high density in Huntington Beach by lying that it was a “Commercial Revitalization” and started building 100-unit per acre buildings.…