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Hollywood Sears development inches forward with traffic study

The project would hold 375 residential units and nearly 265,000 square feet of retail A big, slow-moving Hollywood project is taking a step forward. The Los Angeles City Council approved funding Monday to conduct a traffic study for a mixed-use development on a Santa Monica Boulevard site that’s home to a shuttered Sears, the Beverly Press reports. Planning and city council documents indicate the seven-story project would bring 375 residential units, 1,447 parking spots, and almost 265,000 square feet of retail space to the 5.
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