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Examples from Westside Cities: Sections along La Cienega Boulevard (north to south)

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Area Map: La Cienega Boulevard through the Westside Cities

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City of West Hollywood

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City of West Hollywood: La Cienega Blvd. at Melrose Avenue

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City of West Hollywood: West Side of La Cienega Blvd. north of Melrose Avenue

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City of West Hollywood: West Side of the Street From the Southwest Corner of Melrose Avenue

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City of West Hollywood: South of Melrose Avenue, West Side of the Street

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City of West Hollywood: South of Melrose Avenue, West Side of the Street

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City of West Hollywood: Corner of Melrose Avenue, East Side of the Street

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City of West Hollywood: South of Melrose Avenue, East Side of the Street

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West Hollywood Section: Zoning Generally 2 stories, 1.0 FAR, with 3 stories, 1.5 FAR at intersection of La Cienega and Melrose. Zoned for commercial uses along La Cienega, mixed use allowed Community commercial allows .5 FAR bonus for mixed-use Surrounding residential areas allow 4 stories, 45 foot height limit. PF zone for private urban elementary school at southwest corner

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West Hollywood Section: Existing Uses Mixture of retail, wholesale rugs and furnishings, office, and institutional (school), also some smaller restaurant uses Mostly 1-2 story buildings existing, with alley access Many small commercial spaces, with minimal or no parking Back onto multi-family residential zones that are built out Low level of private sector improvements – i.e. applications for new development or renovation of existing spaces

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City of Beverly Hills

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City of Beverly Hills: La Cienega Boulevard

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Context of La Cienega Boulevard in Beverly Hills; Looking North

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South of Clifton Way, East Side of the Street

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North of Wilshire Boulevard; East Side of the Street

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Continuing South: Wilshire Boulevard to Gregory Way, East Side of Street

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Clifton Way to Wilshire Boulevard: West Side of Street

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Continuation: Clifton Way to Wilshire Boulevard; West Side of Street

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Continuation: Clifton Way to Wilshire Boulevard; West Side of Street

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Wilshire Boulevard To Gregory Way; West Side of the Street

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Continuation: Wilshire Boulevard To Gregory Way; West Side of the Street

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Continuation: Wilshire Boulevard To Gregory Way; West Side of the Street

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City of Los Angeles

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City of Los Angeles: Pico Boulevard to Sawyer Street

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1833 La Cienega Boulevard

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City of Los Angeles: Northwest Side

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City of Los Angeles: Southwest Side, near 18th Street

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1833 La Cienega Shopping Center Site

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Across the Street (East Side) Northeast Corner of La Cienega and Sawyer Street

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Los Angeles Section: Zoning Community Plan Area: West Adams - Baldwin Hills -Leimert C2-1 and C1-1 Zoning; R1 residential to the west South Los Angeles Planning Commission South Robertson Neighborhood Council General Plan Land Use: Community Commercial

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Los Angeles Section: Existing Uses Shopping Center, with retail mix, fast food uses Surface Parking lot Car wash to the south Several other auto-related uses in the area

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City of Culver City

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Culver City: Washington Boulevard to Fairfax (City Limits)

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Culver City: Intersection with Washington Boulevard, East Side of Street

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Culver City: Continuation, East Side of Street

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Culver City: South of Washington Boulevard, West Side of Street

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Culver City: Intersection with Washington Boulevard, West Side of Street

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Area shown is within East Washington Overlay Zone (a commercial overlay zone) with an underlying zone of Industrial General. North and Southwest of Washington, the boulevard is General Plan designated 'General Corridor Land Use' (a commercial land use designation). Southeast of Washington, the boulevard is General Plan designated 'Industrial Park Land Use' (an industrial land use designation). Culver City Section: Zoning

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Culver City Section: Existing Uses

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Bus Routes in the La Cienega Example Area

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