In a 5-1 vote on Aug. 27, the Santa Monica City Council rejected the Rem Koolhaas-designed major mixed-use development slated to be built by OMA on City property at 4th and Arizona.
The 148 foot tall, 400,000 square foot project wasn’t completely nixed. Rather the council has sent the company back to the drawing board – giving the development team led by Metropolitan Pacific Capital, Clarett West, and DLJ West Capital, three months to revamp the proposal.
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