Recently, the Spanos Corporation submitted the following partial site planning documents to the City Planning Department for review. They provided an initial presentation to the Land Use Committee in June and will also be presenting at the July General Membership Meeting.
Element47 Cover/Info Sheet
Element47 Site Plan
Please take a moment to see the project’s direction and send any questions or comments to email@example.com. I have the complete set of site documents in my possession but am not able to post all of the sheets. I will be compiling and forwarding the neighborhood concerns that I can not answer to Spanos prior to the meeting.
Fred Lai, co-chair – Land Use Committee
This letter was presented to Lex Economou at Spanos last month and acknowledges support from the Land Use Committee for only the most recent redesign of the Pinnacle Station project, now known as Element 47. The LUC recognizes the changes that have finally been made resulting from the past few years of intense struggles and is encouraged by the increased level of interaction and interest that Spanos has shown in the Jefferson Park neighborhood. The LUC will have continued communications with Lex as the project progresses.
(Thanks to Rafael Espinoza for drafting up the final letter.)
Here is the Traffic Impact Study that was done for the Pinnacle Station project.
The following was presented to the JPUN Land Use Committe and at the February General Membership Meeting. The Land Use Committee welcomes your comments and feedback as we continue to have dialogue with the AG Spanos group during their design process.
Pinnacle Apartment images
Pinnacle Apartment Building 5 perspectives
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For 18 months JPUN has been grappling with the notion of a 350-unit apartment complex proposed by the A.G. Spanos Corporation for the land currently occupied by the Baby Does and Chile Peppers restaurants. JPUN General Members have three times voted overwhelmingly against this project. Finally, after many, many months and meetings, this proposed project is coming before City Council. To that end, we wanted to inform everyone of two upcoming dates: Continue reading