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    Pacific Design Center is Requesting Amendment of PDC Specific Plan from 2003

    The Pacific Design Center (PDC) is requesting an amendment of the PDC Specific Plan originally approved in 2003 to allow more flexibility in the tenant mix. No expansion, addition, or physical change to the existing buildings are proposed.

    The PDC will be holding a meeting to inform the community in advance of submitting an application to the City of West Hollywood to amend the PDC Specific Plan.

    The Pacific Design Center Amendment of the PDC Specific Plan Teleconference Community Meeting is taking place on January 24, 2023, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM.

    YOU MAY PARTICIPATE AND VIEW THE MEETING VIA THE ZOOM PLATFORM:
    Via Zoom:   https://lw.zoom.us/j/93386747136?pwd=ZFBnQXpvRGl4dkZ4ODZybktvNlJmUT09

    IF YOU’D LIKE TO PROVIDE A WRITTEN COMMENT:

    To better facilitate the remote meeting, members of the public who wish to comment are strongly encouraged to submit an email with their comments to the consultant:

    David Thompson
    david.thompson@lw.com

    Staff Contact:
    Adrian Gallo, Associate Planner
    agallo@weho.org

    Known nationally and internationally as the world’s most important home to over 70+ showrooms, the PDC represents over 2,000 leading manufacturers dedicated to the very best in residential and business interior furnishings, educational opportunities, and resource information. The PDC is home to over 70 luxury showrooms and offers an unparalleled line-up of residential and commercial products.

    Always at the forefront of its industry, the PDC provides its visitors — which include some of the biggest names in interior design and architecture — with unique experiences including informative yet entertaining seminars, professional programs, networking opportunities, exclusive design services and more.

    An architectural landmark anchoring Los Angeles’ elite design district, Pacific Design Center (PDC) is the West Coast destination for global design. Award-winning Pacific Design Center is the West Coast’s leading resource for the traditional and contemporary residential and contract furnishings, fabrics, floor coverings, architectural products, wallcoverings, lighting, kitchen and bath products, and accessories.

    Award-winning Pacific Design Center is the West Coast’s leading resource for the traditional and contemporary residential and contract furnishings, fabrics, floor coverings, architectural products, wallcoverings, lighting, kitchen and bath products, and accessories.

    The 1.6 million square-foot campus presents nearly 100 boutique to international showroom brands, representing 2,200 product lines available to source by professional interior designers, architects, facility managers, decorators and dealers.

    Pacific Design Center also serves the needs of the design, entertainment and arts communities by providing dramatic public and private spaces for screenings, exhibitions, lectures, meetings, special events and receptions.

    A premier, multi-use facility, Pacific Design Center features two restaurants (Design Cafe & Silver Bullet Express); The Silver Screen Theater, a 294 seat state-of-the-art luxury film venue and reception facility; the Conference Center, a 200 seat facility fully equipped for conferences and meetings, and a Michael Graves designed Fitness Center.

    Designed by architect Cesar Pelli, FAIA, the beautifully landscaped, 14-acre campus is located in the City of West Hollywood, CA. Pacific Design Center’s “Blue Whale” opened in 1975 at 750,000 square-feet. Realizing Pelli’s original vision, the Green Building followed in 1988 at 450,000 square-feet and, finally, the Red Building in 2012 at 400,000 square-feet, offering class A, creative office space for premier businesses, including entertainment, fashion, technology and the arts.

    Pacific Design Center is located in the heart of West Hollywood, at the corner of Melrose Avenue and San Vicente Boulevard. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Please contact your design professional or our Design Services department to refer a designer who will accompany you during your visit.

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    Jack Leison
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    10 days ago

    This grossly out-of-scale monolith is, as some have said, parking the Titanic in the middle of a village town. Though such mindsets were not unusual in the crazed standards of 1960’s design.

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