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Stop the proposed 12-story (148-foot tall) "Plaza at Santa Monica" Project at 4th/5th and Arizona Avenue

Scheduled for City Council Decision on: 




The proposed "Plaza at Santa Monica" project at a glance:

Located between 4th and 5th Streets south of Arizona Avenue in the downtown area of the City of Santa Monica, the property consists of a little over 2.5 acres and is a "Resident-owned" property.

The City of Santa Monica is currently proposing to build a massive mixed-use commercial development project on this "Resident-owned" property.

The proposed project consists of the following:
  • 12-story (148-ft tall) high-rise
  • 420,000 sq. ft. of total building (nearly the same size as the Santa Monica Place Mall)
  • 225 room hotel
  • 200,000 sq. ft. of commercial work-space
  • 40,000 square feet of retail
  • 48 low-income residential apartment units
Impacts to Residents:
  • A commercial development located on this "Resident-owned" property would eliminate the potential for a grand 2.5-acre downtown green-space park for generations to come.
  • Severely alter the Santa Monica skyline.
  • Creating shadows from the 12 story (148-foot) tall structure.
  • Blocking the sun and ocean breezes.
  • Severely impact traffic and congestion.


Stop the Fairmont Miramar Hotel Expansion Project at Wilshire Blvd and Ocean Avenue

Scheduled for City Council Decision on: (Not Yet Scheduled)



The Fairmont Miramar Hotel Expansion Project at a glance:

Located at the intersection of Wilshire Blvd and Ocean Avenue, the Fairmont Miramar Hotel Expansion Project is proposing to rebuild the existing Miramar Hotel and severely alter Santa Monica's skyline with a massive new hi-rise structure near our coast.

The proposed project consists of
  • 21-story (320 ft) high-rise tower
  • 568,940 sq. ft. of total building (nearly double the existing hotel size)
  • 49,384 sq ft of commercial space
  • 160 new condominiums
  • and only 484 parking spaces for the combined new Hotel, Residences, and commercial space
Impacts to Residents:
  • Severely alter the Santa Monica skyline.
  • Creating shadows from the 21 story structure.
  • Blocking the sun and ocean breezes.
  • Severely Impact traffic and congestion.
  • Overburden nearby residences with overflow parking in the most parking restrictive area of Our Town by not providing adequate parking for its own operations.