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Project Updates

The City's Environmental Review Process for District NoHo has Begun!

  • Environmental review: A scoping meeting was held virtually in the summer 2020 to discuss the project and seek comments and input from members of the public on the scope of the environmental assessment for the project. The City released a Notice of Preparation and an Initial Study is available regarding the Project. These can be accessed here, on the City’s website .
  • NoHo’s Next Act Website: TCC’s website profiles the ingenuity of the NoHo Community by showing how “Neighbors Play Their Part” in shorts honoring community businesses and residents.
  • Ongoing Community Outreach: TCC will continue to meet with small groups, individuals, and neighborhood organizations to gather feedback and answer questions about project plans.

Project History

December 2019

The development team submitted the entitlement application to the City of Los Angeles.

December 2019

The Metro Board approved ENA extension to June 2021, providing additional time to complete CEQA review and entitlement approval.

Summer 2019

Metro and TCC hosted a series of monthly Breakfasts and an Open House to allow stakeholders to get more information, speak one-on-one with project team members, and provide additional comments.

April 2019

Metro Board approval of Notice of Exemption

June 2017

Metro entered into an ENA with developer team Trammell Crow Company/Greenland. Greenland withdrew participation in joint development. Metro continued on with TCLA.

July 2016 - May 2017

Developer team shaped project to meet needs identified in the Guide for Development and accommodate transit infrastructure.

June 2016

Metro entered into a Short Term ENA with developer team Trammell Crow Company/Greenland

April 2016

Metro received one proposal submitted jointly by short-listed developers Trammell Crow Company and Greenland USA.

December 2015

Metro released a Request for Proposals (RFP), which included the Guide for Development.

November 2015

Metro developed a Guide for Development for the North Hollywood site based on community input. Metro Board adopted the Guide at its December meeting.

Fall 2015

Metro Joint Development team undertook a community outreach process that included meetings with local stakeholders, residents, business property owners, community organizations, and public agencies as well as two public workshops.

March 2015

Metro released a Request for Interests and Qualifications (RFIQ) to create a short list of developers for the North Hollywood site.