FROM Glenn Gritzner
Sunset Junction Fights to Maintain Its Identity Frost/Chaddock is a West Hollywood developer with its eye on Silver Lake — specifically Sunset Junction, where Sunset crosses Santa Monica Boulevard. Last night, the Silver Lake Neighborhood Council voted against Frost/Chaddock’s plan for the tallest of three new buildings with 324 apartments. In its place, the Council wants the Silver Lake Music Conservatory. Tamir Halaban, who lives next door, introduced the motion. He says the apartment project would take Sunset Junction from “authentic” to “corporate.”
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