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L.A. Historic Neighborhoods Conference | Los Angeles Conservancy

Worried about teardowns in your older or historic neighborhood? Wondering how to protect the great qualities that drew you there in the first place? If so, you’re certainly not alone. People all over Los Angeles are facing similar issues, and

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Windsor Village Loses Appeal on Large Scale Lucerne Blvd Project – Larchmont Buzz

The Windsor Village Association opposes the massing, size and style of the project, saying it is not compatible with the area’s HPOZ. Rendering of proposed “Morumbila” project superimposed on photograph of current streetscape. About five dozen people showed up at

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Morumbila Condo Appeal Hearing – August 26th at 4:30pm

The Central Area Planning Commission has set the hearing date for Windsor Village’s appeal of the Director of Planning’s approval of a Certificate of Compatibility for: “The renovation of an existing 3-story, 18-unit apartment building, at 849-853 Lucerne Boulevard, and

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Windsor Village Appeals Planning Dept Decision on Morumbila Condo Project

The Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council (GWNC) unanimously put its support behind Windsor Village on Wednesday this week, agreeing that the Morumbila condominium project slated for 853-859 S Lucerne Blvd and approved by City Planning, was not compatible with the historic

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HPOZ Meeting: Tuesday, Sept. 17

Join us for another important Historic Preservation Overlay Zone (HPOZ) meeting! We’ll be discussing the Morumbila development at 853-859 S. Lucerne Blvd. Tuesday, September 17 7:00 pm United Methodist Church 4350 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90005 (at Plymouth Blvd.)

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Lucerne Condo Development

Windsor Village is in the process of engaging the owners/developers of a large condominium project on Lucerne Blvd. The developers are seeking to build a 5 story, 15 unit condo on the empty lot at 859 S. Lucerne, formerly occupied

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