Glenn Gritzner

Frost/Chaddock

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Spokesman for the developer Frost/Chaddock and a resident of Silver Lake, California

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Frost/Chaddock is a West Hollywood developer with its eye on Silver Lake — specifically Sunset Junction, where Sunset crosses Santa Monica Boulevard.

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.

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