The Venice Place Project has embarked on a full public environmental review process with the release of its Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR).  This report is a comprehensive set of documents, studies, and information that analyzes the project to a very deep degree, providing information to the public and City decision-makers on potential environmental impacts of our proposal.  The documents and sub documents total over 2000 pages of detailed project study.  There is no higher level of project review than an EIR.  EIRs such as this are usually only required for projects much greater in size than this one.  We believe going the extra mile and above and beyond what’s required is important to ensure that our project will be an asset to the community for generations to come. 

Representing months of analytic study, the DEIR concludes that there are no significant long-term impacts and that we can mitigate all but a few of the short-term, temporary, construction-related impacts. The next step in the process is a 45-day comment period during which all stakeholders and interested parties will have an opportunity to review and provide written comments to the City on the DEIR. The Final EIR will then respond to each comment the City receives. 



The report is available at the Department of City Planning’s website (click on “Environmental” and “DEIR” and then the title, “The Venice Place Project”). 

Available at the City & Local Libraries

City of Los Angeles – Department of City Planning | 200 North Spring Street, Room XXXX, Los Angeles, CA  90012
Contact __________at ___________.
Central Library | 630 West 5th Street, Los Angeles, CA  90071
Venice-Abbot Kinney Memorial Branch Library | 501 Venice Boulevard, Venice, CA  90291
Mar Vista Branch Library | 12006 Venice Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA  90066