There's a public scoping meeting on June 25th for developer Casden Properties' proposed Pico and Sepulveda project, a development which hopes to take advantage of the forthcoming Sepulveda Station of the Expo Line (Phase II). Plans for the development, which would add 538 apartment units, a Target, and numerous other stores, were submitted to the city last fall. Like the La Brea Willoughby project, this development will look to rise on a cement facility aka industrial land, so look for chatter about the industrial land angle, as well as worries about increased traffic caused by the project to surface. At least one reader who forwarded the notice about the public scoping comments seemed freaked out by the size of this development. We'd publish better renderings, but there doesn't seem to be a lot of images out there. Which would seem to hinder the public comment process.
The meeting will be held on June 25th from 6:30pm-8:30 pm at the Dept of Transportation Western Parking Enforcement Conference Room at 11214 West Exposition Blvd.
[Images via Tract 7260 Association web site]