Millennium Project Public Comment Period Ends Monday

The Millennium Project includes plans to develop two high-rise buildings adjacent to the Capitol Records building.

The public comment period for the Millennium Project's draft environmental impact report (DEIR) ends Monday.

The deadline to submit comments to the city on the DEIR is 4 p.m. See the full report here.

The project includes plans to develop two high-rise buildings adjacent to the Capitol Records building.

Related: Millennium Hollywood Project Begins Review Process

Developers Millennium Partners and Argent Ventures are proposing a project that aims to transform 4.47 acres of parking lots into 1 million square feet of residential, hotel, office, restaurant and retail space as well as a sports club.

The Hollywood United Neighborhood Council recently held a special meeting to review the project.

—Patch editor Lindsey Baguio contributed to this report.

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Donald C. Bryan February 20, 2013 at 06:36 PM
Although I live & work in Pasadena, I attended the hearing yesterday morning re the Millennium Partners' proposed 50-story towers to flank the iconic Capitol Records building. The residents (about a dozen just during my limited time there) did a great job of speaking knowledgeably, eloquently, and forcefully against the project. Next will come the Planning Dept. hearing. People need to consider that the twin 50-story towers are probably a head-fake from the developers, who will come back w/ a 25 or 30-story "compromise" - which would still be a travesty and an open door to the "Manhattanization" of Hollywood. Please be vigilant in the protection and development of your neighborhood ! The city is ready to bend over and grant multiple variances (in clear violation of its own guidelines) to this travesty. But you CAN still advocate for a better, more sensitive design !


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