Preserve the few historical buildings left in Venice ! Stop gentrification at its worst

Preserve the few historical buildings left in Venice ! Stop gentrification at its worst

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Hannah Bender started this petition to Moss and company

Hi friends and neighbors we are calling upon you for help and support in hopes to stop our new owners from painting our original brick building grey!  We want to maintain the original integrity of our beautiful historical brick building in Venice beach. Our building was recently purchased and has undergone new management and sadly they wanna take the awesome creative funky dog filled community we have here @ 300 San Juan and turn it into (following the gentrification pattern) another simple boring soulless grey box. The amazing oak trees that line our streets are now trimmed down by 80% (with just enough left to allow them grow back)This along with the the  construction 6 days a week with sidewalk obstructions and unstable lifts etc are just some of many disturbing things that will be done to achieve this remodel they so desire. I beg of you as my community to please sign this petition in hopes of maintaining the beautiful structure of the brick here at 300 San Juan, for once it has been painted it will never be able to go back to the brick it once was and has been since it was built in the 1920s. This awful grey paint job will also only attract more bad graffiti and unwanted tagging. We also have what was once a beautiful grass filled yard  for our gardening and a place for our dogs to play in which has now been robbed of its caregiving and has become a sad mud pit that’s used as a disposal for workmen’s supplies and debris.

I have attached a photo of the building now and the mock up for what they desire. We are fighting time on this for they plan to act quickly.

Thanks for your time and consideration,

 


tenants association of 300 San Juan ave

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