A Neighborhood Oriented Project at 3rd & Fairfax

The Town & Country project will re-envision an outdated shopping center into a thoughtfully-planned and neighborhood-oriented property. Robust community feedback on initial project concepts resulted in a new design that will be both functional – featuring a blend of housing, retail, and open space – and representative of the iconic neighborhood surrounding it.

Existing Property Conditions

  • Poor parking configuration
  • Functionally obsolete
  • Minimal open space
  • Inconsistent with surrounding neighborhood

The Vision

  • Elegant Mid-Rise Building
  • Community Serving Retail
  • Public Gathering Spaces
  • Approximately 331 New Housing Opportunities
  • Enhanced Parking Configuration
  • More Greenery and Landscaping

A Community-Driven Process

Community engagement has been a core component of the redevelopment of Town & Country.

That is why the project team continues to proactively meet with local stakeholders, including residents, business owners, Hancock Park Elementary School administrators and parents, local elected officials and more to ensure the project helps meet the neighborhood’s current and future wants and needs.

Year in Review

15+

WORKING GROUP SESSIONS WITH LOCAL STAKEHOLDERS & THE COUNCIL OFFICE

700

INDIVIDUAL SUPPORTERS CULTIVATED

You Spoke. We Listened.

As a result of community outreach, the team made alternations and enhancements to the project design, including:

  • Mid-rise building
  • No tower
  • Reduced reflective glass
  • Set back from 3rd Street
  • Storefront retail to Ogden
  • No short-term stays
  • Increased open space
  • Improved traffic circulation
  • Enhanced pedestrian & biker access
  • Advocated for full Environmental Impact Report
  • Refurbished landscapes

During Planning Process

  • Public Hearings and Workshops
  • Formal Public Comment Periods
  • Response to Comments
  • Regular Project Updates
  • Council District 4 Working Group

During Construction

  • Real-Time Construction Updates
  • Project Hotline
  • Dedicated Point of Contact for Questions and Concerns
  • Regular Project Updates

Stakeholders can expect to participate in public hearings, community meetings and workshops, formal comment periods, and receive written responses to comments and regular project updates. Check back here for meeting dates and locations.

Open-Air
Gathering Spaces

Neighborhood-Focused Shopping and Restaurants

300+ New Housing Opportunities

A Community Driven Process

Robust community feedback on initial project concepts resulted in a new design that will better serve the neighborhood and complement surrounding developments on the 3rd Street corridor.

  • Mid-Rise Building
  • New Landscaping and Communal Seating
  • Bike-Friendly Enhancements
  • Improved Sidewalks
  • Sustainable Design

Existing Property Conditions

  • Outdated
  • Minimal Open Space
  • Poor Parking Configuration
  • Out of Character with Surrounding Neighborhood

The Vision

  • Elegant Mid-Rise Building
  • Community Serving Retail
  • Public Gathering Spaces
  • Approximately 350 New Housing Opportunities
  • Enhanced Parking Configuration
  • More Greenery and Landscaping

We Are Listening

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