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New Mixed Used Buildings Proposed in Silver Lake, Studio City

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The most heated a neighborhood council meeting will get is usually is over new development. This week, two neighborhood councils are heavily advertising meetings about projects going into their neighborhoods. Tonight, the Studio City Neighborhood Council's Land Use Committee checks in on a large development at Ventura and Colfax that will include 254 units and 5,000 square feet of retail/commercial space. And in Silver Lake, they are urging community members to come out Saturday morning to meet with the developer and architect of a 94 unit building at Santa Monica and Sanborn.