One Paseo: Take a hint from L.A. project

In the Los Angeles Times of June 26, under the headline “West L.A. project shrinks,” (page AA), we read, “Real estate developer Casden West L.A. has agreed to chop down the size of its hotly contested commercial and residential project on the Westside…The reworked project…will have just 15,000 square feet of commercial space, instead of the previously proposed 160,000…”  Let’s hope the folks at Kilroy read their hometown paper and take the hint.

Walter Carlin

Del Mar

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1 Comment for “One Paseo: Take a hint from L.A. project”

  1. AKM

    Oh, sure. Let’s look like LA — a hodgepodge crazy quilt of ill-conceived or completely unplanned & poorly used premium sites. No thanks! I love the current One Paseo proposal with acres of open space, LEED certification, EV hook ups & enough retail, commercial & office space to provide for Carmel Valley’s projected growth needs.

    No one thinks Los Angeles is a model for good urban planning. It is the quintessential exemplar of urban sprawl. Followi LA’s negative example? No way!!!

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