If you think the Lincoln corridor already is slower than the valet line at AOC, wait until Playa Vista develops 2,600 more units.
Even the vote in the increasingly gamed Westchester-Playa Del Rey Neighborhood Council, which used to be one of the city's best and now is one of the city's worst, was 18-2.
Interesting: one Acapulco Restaurant generated 49 units in Playa del Rey. What's happened to that part of town is exemplary of the legacy of the Mayor, Garcetti, and Gail Goldberg:
We’ve seen that growth here in Playa del Rey, Westchester and in Playa Vista. We’ve seen the loss of Acapulco Restaurant at Pershing and Manchester to a 49 unit housing complex. We’ve seen the arrival of a 288 housing unit complex at Manchester and Tuscany. We’ve seen L.A.’s first so-called smart growth project - the 539 unit Playa del Oro, and high density projects near transit stops such as the 37 unit complex that replaced B’nai Tikvah and the 43 unit condo project on Arizona. It’s happening here and it’s happening all over the city.
The Mayor's planning stooge out-of-towner Gail Goldberg has already successfully destroyed the character of the westside; this will simply be icing.