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The HOA Insurance Policy has renewed, there was about a 3% increase to last year as a result of the ongoing Litigation and coverage requirements going up for our area.
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Happening now in Hollywood…
• Developer wants to use CEQA streamlining program for Hollywood & Wilcox Project. The proposed development calls for the construction of a mid-rise building containing 260 apartments with approximately 17,800 square feet of ground-floor retail, restaurant, and office space. The LeFrak Organization, the developer, has submitted the project for designation as an environmental leadership development project, a distinction which is reserved to developments budgeted at $100 million that meet certain criteria regarding environmental impact and sustainability. Click below for more (via Urbanize Los Angeles)
• Hamilton’s coming back to LA, and Broadway’s taking over 2 Hollywood theaters. Big Broadway shows tend to find their way to either the Pantages or the Ahmanson, but there’s a new theater joining the mix. As part of a new agreement, the Pantages will be splitting the “Broadway in Hollywood” season with the nearby Dolby Theatre. Their 2019=2020 season includes Anastasia, Summer: The Donna Summer Musical, Disney’s Frozen, and Hamilton. Click below for more (via LAist)
• The famous Italian pizzeria from “Eat Pray Love” is opening in Hollywood. L’Antica Pizzeria da Michele arrives this spring in the former Café des Artistes space. It’s a big arrival to the center of Hollywood, with a large 3,000 square foot interior and a gorgeous patio. Just like L’Antica Pizzeria da Michele’s original Naples restaurant, it’ll serve two types of wood-fired pizzas: marinara and margherita. Click below for more (via Eater Los Angeles)
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Angel and the technicians are running into some complications getting the building back on line. Unfortunately, this means that Heating and AC will continue to be down until further notice. We will update you when we have more information as to what is causing the disconnect.
We appreciate your continued understanding and patience while we work through this issue. Many thanks!
Preventative maintenance to the building’s heating and air conditioning system (heat exchanger cleaning) is scheduled to take place this month. In order to minimize any inconvenience to homeowners during the peak summer season, work has been scheduled in the winter season.
As part of the cleaning, work will need to be performed on the heat exchanger plates (150 of them in total) that provide cooling to all individual units. The process will involve half of the plates being removed; they will be taken off-site to be cleaned. Once the plates are cleaned, they will be brought back to be re-installed. The second set of plates will then be sent out and the same process repeated.
On Thursday, December 20th, 2018 beginning at 7:00 am the closed loop water (needed for your unit’s cooling/heating) will be turned off for approximately four (4) hours. You will not be able to use your heating or air conditioning. It is very important that you turn off your thermostat prior to the work. This will avoid any problems with your individual HVAC unit once the system is back online. Please turn the AC breaker located in the Breaker Panel (labeled 2 and 4 in the right bank of breakers).
The cleaning will continue December 27th at 7:00 am, and lastly on January 3rd at 7:00 am. However, this is the only inconvenience you should experience on this 3-day schedule.
We understand that the temporary outage is inconvenient, but this cleaning is necessary to ensure that you do not experience an outage during extreme high or low-temperature days.
Please do not hesitate to contact Building Engineer, Angel Nunez for any questions or concerns at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Broadway Hollywood Staff