The project by developer Townscape Partners is at the intersection of Sunset and Crescent Heights boulevards. It is within the City of Los Angeles and adjacent to West Hollywood. At a public meeting last September more than 100 residents turned out to air a wide range of grievances, including concerns over parking, rooftop sound, traffic, demolition of the Chase Bank building, which some see as historic, and the 16-story height of the apartment building along Havenhurst.
The project would include 249 apartment units in two buildings. One would be a 108-foot-high, nine-story apartment building along Crescent Heights. The second would be a 191-foot-high, 16-story apartment building along Havenhurst Drive. Also included are 111,000 square feet of commercial space, which would include restaurants, a grocery store, retail shops, fitness center and a bank.