Manager’s Messages

South Park BID Renewal – Important information for property owners

As you may know, South Park Business Improvement District is going through the process of renewing our BID to continue to provide services for their community. South Park property owners are eligible to vote, and they are offering property owners the ability to receive their petition electronically via email.

See the attached flyer to have the petition emailed to you.

A Few Community Reminders

Please remember to clean up after your pets and keep them on a leash as you travel the common areas. Please refrain from disposing of the waste in lobby trash bins.

Concerto Lofts is a No Smoking Community. Please be considerate of your non-smoking neighbors and utilize the smoking area in front of the building if you choose to smoke.

Please be reminded that renting your units for less that 30 day periods and for hotel or motel purposes goes against the CC&Rs. Violations may lead to Board hearings and fines.

This week in South Park

Please enjoy the latest addition of What’s Happening in South Park

South Park Redistricting Hearing – 8/21/21 10am

The City of Los Angeles is currently redrawing City Council district boundaries through the redistricting process, which happens every ten years. If downtown is identified as a Community of Interest, it could be consolidated into one Council District (currently, it is separated into three)

On Saturday, August 21 at 10 am the City of Los Angeles Redistricting Commission will be holding a virtual public hearing for Council District 14. This is the downtown electorate’s opportunity to share their input and advocate for DTLA as a community.

Join the Zoom:
or call in 1-669-254-5252, enter 161 545 4787#

Here are some sample talking points for those interested:

  • DTLA is a clear community of interest. People move to DTLA to live an urban lifestyle that provides housing close to work, drive less and have more proximity to our world-renowned cultural institutions, museums, sports stadiums and restaurants.
  • We need one DTLA representative with expertise of the community’s needs to ensure one unified vision. This gives DTLA residents the ability to elect a representative of their choice.
  • Splitting DTLA into several different districts would dilute the Downtown community’s ability to vote as a bloc and influence the outcome of any of the council district elections. This would suppress the voice of Downtown voters.

Please feel free reach out with any questions, and thank you!

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