Tonight, developer Frost/Chaddock is meeting with the Silver Lake community to discuss its three proposed Sunset Junction developments. The mixed-users will bring 311 residential units and 16,000 square feet of retail to the sites of the torn-up and closed-down Bates Motel, the popular 4100 bar, and a former row of single-story shops at Santa Monica and Sunset Boulevards. Some in the area have been vehement in their opposition to Frost/Chaddock's plans; the Silver Lake Neighborhood Council voted against the current proposal, which is designed by Kanner Architects and Killefer Flammang (they reportedly drew inspiration from Neutra and Schindler houses in LA). The Eastsider LA reports that the projects' environmental impact report will be released around the new year.
· Sunset Junction Development Moving Along [Eastsider LA]