HSH Management Hosts Bristol Parkway Project Open House
Due to disagreement between Culver City community leaders and developers HSH Management concerning the proposed Bristol Parkway Project, HSH Management is holding a Community Open House tonight regarding mobility and transportation. Martin Feinberg, Realtor, hopes that the meeting will be productive.
The Bristol Parkway Project initially drew ire in September when local residents, especially those from the Fox Hills neighborhood located within the Culver City Real Estate area, criticized the loss of current retail space and expected increase in traffic that the project is likely to cause.
As planned, the Bristol Parkway will include the demolition of over 60,000 square feet of box retail space—comprising a Marshalls, CVS Drugstore, and other smaller stores—and the construction of 750 new residential apartments, 21,000 square feet of new retail space, an 800-space underground parking structure, and landscaped open space for the public.
Wednesday night’s meeting will be held at the Sheraton Four Points Hotel at 6:30 p.m. at 5990 Green Valley Circle. Mobility experts from Sam Schwartz Engineering will facilitate and receive community input on questions concerning parking, traffic, mobility, transportation demand management, and pedestrian/bike safety. Light refreshments will be served.
According to the Fox Hills Neighborhood Association flyer, “Information [HSH Management receives] at this meeting will assist our team in designing parking, mobility, and transportation demand management programs to be included in the proposed Bristol Parkway project, to be presented at the next Community Meeting.”
The Fox Hills Neighborhood Association flyer also states “this meeting does not meet Culver City’s standards for Community Meetings and will not count as part of the three required Community Meetings. Please forward this email to your neighbors. You can also go on our website for the PDF version to print and post in your building. http://www.fhnacc.org If you are unable to attend the meeting the Fox Hills Neighborhood Association will be updating its website on what is discussed.”
Martin Feinberg, Culver City Realtor, encourages anyone interested in attending to RSVP at (323) 900-5602 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Do to the expected interest in the meeting, those who do not RSVP might not be allowed in.