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Fox Hills Plaza Project in Culver City put on Hold

Image is a simple construction blueprint in blue and white.Due to discussions between Culver City Council members Göran Eriksson, Jim Clarke, and real estate developer HSH Management, activity has been suspended on the Fox Hills Plaza Project. Martin Feinberg, Realtor, notes that the Fox Hills Plaza Project is also sometimes known as the Bristol Parkway Project.

According to the Culver City website, “The City of Culver City is providing official notification of the decision of HSH Management to place its current application for the proposed mixed use development project, located at 6229 Bristol Parkway, on hold until further notice.”

Though the Culver City Real Estate area project has been put on hold, the City of Culver City reminds residents “the related Mitigated Negative Declaration is still in circulation, and public comment may still be submitted up to March 29, 2018. View and access the project related materials at the following link: Project Documents:…

Council members Eriksson and Clarke said in a joint statement that they believed concerned parties—such as the Fox Hills community, the City staff, and the developer—needed more time to discover what type of project would best serve the needs of the surrounding residents as well as the City as a whole.

“It is our hope that all sides will utilize the time wisely to redesign a project that can be seen as an example of smart and practical development that adds value to Culver City’s brand,” Clarke and Ericksson said in the press statement. “We also recognize that postponing the project, for now, will not maintain the status quo as the Marshall’s store has already given notice that it will close in a year.  It is incumbent upon everyone to ensure this valuable piece of property at the gateway to Culver City does not become decrepit and underutilized.”

Image is two skyscrapers as seen from the base looking up between them.Local Real Estate Agent Martin Feinberg encourages interested parties to contact Göran Eriksson at 310-559-6015 or Jim Clarke at 310-775-1664 for more information.