A $1.2-billion mixed-use complex in South L.A. is closer to being built, despite community opposition

Rendering SoLA
Rendering SoLA

By Angel Jennings | LA Times

Plans to build a $1.2-billion residential, hotel and retail complex in South Los Angeles are one step closer to approval after city officials Tuesday rejected the arguments of community activists who said the project could lead to widespread displacement of low-income residents.

The proposed project, called SoLA Village, would transform two empty parking lots and the 12-story Reef Building on Washington Boulevard into a walkable community of skyscrapers and low- and mid-rise residential buildings just blocks from a Metro Blue Line station.

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