LA Commission Waves Through Target's Hollywood Project

Law360, New York (August 15, 2012, 7:59 PM EDT) -- A Los Angeles commission on Tuesday night approved a long-stalled and legally challenged proposal by Target Corp. to build a 194,749-square-foot retail center in East Hollywood, tacking on several conditions to the deal.

Central Area Planning Commission voted for the retail giant's proposal, which has bounced around for several years and survived two lawsuits over its plans, and certified its environmental impact report. Most of the contingencies involve traffic, construction noise and other environmental mitigation plans, as well as chopping the structure's proposed maximum height from...
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