Trammell Crow Company and High Street Residential have partnered with Metro on a joint development project planned for the North Hollywood Red Line Station called District NoHo. It will transform the underutilized 15-acre site into an arts district-inspired urban village that would include apartments, offices, stores, bars and restaurants.
District NoHo Community Open House
Come learn about the vision behind District NoHo, the North Hollywood Metro Joint Development, and play your part.
Please feel free to stop by at any time, light refreshments will be provided.
Wednesday, December 11, 2019
4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Upstairs at The Federal
5303 Lankershim Blvd.
North Hollywood, CA 91601
If you can’t make the open house, please provide feedback via their site.
Photo via RELM
WHERE IS THE PROJECT FOR NOHO’S NEXT ACT LOCATED?
The project is located at the site of the most significant transit hub in the San Fernando Valley: Metro’s North Hollywood (NoHo) station at the heart of the rapidly developing NoHo Arts District. As Metro’s third busiest station, the transit-focused location is adjacent to entertainment employment and surrounded by a creative and energetic talent. The project is planned over a 15-acre block divided into 8 distinct development sites that will energize the area around the station and complete the link between the NoHo Arts District and the Metro station.
WHAT IS THE VISION FOR NOHO’S NEXT ACT?
The vision is to create a new urban village of residential and commercial uses, with a network of pedestrian paths to link the multiple modes of transit while showcasing retailers and local arts culture. Designed to maximize ridership, the project will enhance the community of North Hollywood, amplify the dynamic culture of the NoHo Arts District and create a landmark destination for the Valley.
WILL THE METRO STATION CHANGE?
The project will consolidate the local and municipal bus services that currently serve the east side of the station into a new transit center to be located west side of the station surrounding the current Orange Line pick-up and drop-off areas. The new integrated transit center will make it faster and easier to make connections, provide abundant trees and shade structures, enhanced lighting and new next bus/train messaging will improve passenger comfort and safety. For questions or more information about the transit center please review the Metro Fact Sheet on this project.
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Read the L.A. Times article on the NoHo Arts District development project.
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