Office Project Cut

From staff reports

A decision by the Cloverleaf Group of Century City to delete offices from a proposed $200-million development in Hawthorne has resulted from the uncertainty over location of the Norwalk-to-El Segundo light-rail station.

The station was to have been built within the 20-acre redevelopment area at Rosecrans Avenue and the San Diego (405) Freeway.

There, Cloverleaf proposed to build an “urban village” where people could work and live. The plan included 150,000 square feet of offices, two hotels, 500 condominiums, a retail complex, movie theaters and a health club. The revised plan replaces the office space with a third hotel.