Furthermore, have you considered Hollywood may have lost population from the 1990s because back then it was a low-rent immigrant magnet attracting multi-generational families squeezing into one apartment? Now it attracts more affluent folks, singles and childless couples and it will continue to do so. If this wasn't the case, there would be a glut of vacant apartments and falling rents across Hollywood, which is not happening.
@ryanoliver This project will destroy Hollywood. This is not NYC, it's a city that has an inversion layer and traps smog. Very idealistic to think that this project is going to, ipso facto, turn Hollywood into a walking city. Why do you think the Millennium designers and proponents are planning for so much parking? Regardless of your opinions, which are selfish and short-sighted, this project will impact many residents negatively. I've lived in Hollywood for 40 years and have seen the changes and my guess is that neither of you have been here long enough to have witnessed the differences and therefore, have a limited perspective. That the politicians are for the project and fully 75% of Hollywood residents are against it should tell you something.