I saw this over at Curbed:
Marina Del Rey’s Latitude 33, the former Pier Pointe project, has issued a press release announcing pricing: $600,000 to $2.6 million. Pre-bust comparison: When Lennar owned the project, prices were from $900,000 to $3 million.
Latitude 33 is located at Dell and Washington.
“Dry Tour“, a proposed new Wine Bar and Restaurant which will take over the old Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf location at 80 Windward Ave is having a community outreach meeting this Thursday, May 6th at 73 Market. If you want to attend the meeting, please RSVP by May 5th with your name and address so they know how much wine to bring!
You can facebook Dry Tour by clicking here.
“Dry Tour” Community Outreach Meeting
Thursday, May 6, 2010. 7:00pm – 10:00pm
73 Market Street
Venice Beach, California
The latest email from Venice Stakeholders Association:
Dear OPD Supporter:
I am pleased to inform you that the Venice Stakeholders Association has reached a settlement in our lawsuit against the California Coastal Commission and the City of Los Angeles to reverse the Commission’s denial of overnight restricted parking for residents in Venice.
In the coming weeks, we will be providing more details about the settlement. There are still some legal and bureaucratic procedures ahead before we get the settlement in place and signs can go up, but we can now see the light at the end of tunnel (and see the parking spaces freeing up in front of our homes). Continue reading Venice Stakeholders Settle with Coastal Commission
Olan Prenatt 4-29-10
Picture by Ray Rae Goldman. Support the VSA here.