More than 300 people have signed a new online petition opposing a project that includes plans to build two 55-story skyscrapers in Hollywood near the 13-story Capitol Records Building.
The petition, which has 315 signatures, calls for "modifying" the Millennium Hollywood project "to a reasonable scale."
"The 1.1 million square foot, 55 story twin tower project is out of scale, in both height and bulk to the surrounding Hollywood community," Stop the Millennium Hollywood Project's website says. "The developers have offered virtually no effective mitigations to the negative impacts that this massive, over sized project will have on our Hollywood community!"
The group also calls on project opponents to donate money to fund an appeal to stop the project in its current form.
A previous petition opposing the project's size racked up more than 1,300 signatures.
The city Planning Commission recently approved the large-scale project being proposed by New York-based developer Millennium Partners, though it still needs council approval.
Proposed plans for the project include almost 500 residential units and 200 luxury hotel rooms, as well as office space, restaurants and a fitness club.
Mayoral candidate Eric Garcetti has said the project is "out of scale with the Hollywood landscape and does not have a broad enough level of support throughout the community."
Millennium Partners co-founder Philip Aarons said many residents "share our vision of what Hollywood can and should be."
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—City News Service contributed to this report.