Mani Bros. Real Estate Group v. City of L.A., B194309
In case involving changes in the plan for a large real estate development project in downtown L.A., denial of peremptory writ of mandate and upholding defendant city's decision to approve modified project is affirmed over claim that the modified project is so different as to constitute a new project, and that it will have new or more severe environmental effects than the originally approved project due to an increase in square footage, building height, and a change in use from office to residential.
- Decided 08/03/2007
- Published 08/03/2007
- California Court of Appeal
- For Appellant:
- Brown, Winfield & Canzoneri, Thomas F. Winfield, Diana J. Vernazza, Los Angeles, for Plaintiffs and Appellants., DLA Piper US, Amy G. Nefouse, Whitney Stevens, San Diego, for Real Party in Interest and Appellant IDS Equities, LLC.
- For Appellees:
- Rockard J. Delgadillo, City Attorney, Siegmund Shyu, Deputy City Attorney, for Defendants and Appellants City of Los Angeles and City Council of the City of Los Angeles., Rockard J. Delgadillo, City Attorney, Timothy J. Chung, Miguel A. Dager, Deputy City Attorneys, for Defendant and Appellant Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Los Angeles.