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Liner LLP Secures Los Angeles City Planning Commission ApprovalJune 23, 2016

On behalf of Lowe Enterprises, Liner LLP secured Los Angeles City Planning Commission approval of the mixed-used transit-oriented Ivy Station project, which includes a 200-unit apartment building, a 148-room hotel, and a 210,445 square foot office building.  The catalytic project will also bring significant open space and public amenities to the Expo Line stop. While the majority of the project is located in Culver City, a portion of the commercial building is located in Los Angeles.  Liner LLP Partner Kyndra Casper shepherded the project through a set of complex, multi-jurisdictional approvals in Culver City and Los Angeles, which included general plan amendments, zone changes, and a street vacation. The project’s next step is Los Angeles City Council approval. Liner LLP Partner Michael Kiely secured and negotiated agreements with Culver City and the Successor Agency to the Culver Redevelopment Agency for the acquisition and development of the site, and is currently leading the drafting and negotiation of agreements between the project and the adjacent Metro-owned Expo Line Station.  Click here for more information.

On behalf of Primestor Development, Liner LLP secured Los Angeles City Planning Commission and City Council approvals for a revitalized Mission Hills Shopping Center, to be re-branded as Olivo.  The redeveloped 160,000 square foot shopping center will be anchored by Target. The enhanced shopping center will be a destination for residents in the North Valley. Liner LLP Partner Kyndra Casper secured complex entitlements including general plan amendment, zone change, conditional use permits, and variances for signage.  Primestor plans to begin construction immediately.