The Arts Club is the perfect addition to the Sunset Strip and to West Hollywood! As a 61-year resident of West Hollywood, a former Public Safety Commissioner and a current Planning Commissioner, I strongly support YES on Measure B!
The Arts Club, founded by Charles Dickens in 1863, is going to replace the Hustler store with a multi-use cultural hub which will include a bistro, art gallery, and free rehearsal space for local artists and performers. The Arts Club not only enhances the character of the Sunset Strip, but it also provides a musical and cultural experience for residents of all ages.
By voting YES on Measure B, we are voting to generate new revenue for city services, to create local living wage jobs that provide excellent benefits to their employees, such as childcare and gender-equitable pay, and to bring a beautifully designed cultural center to our c
Aside from generously allocating more than $13.5 million in community benefits to West Hollywood residents, the Arts Club has demonstrated that it wants to be part of our community time and time again by engaging with dozens of community leaders, business owners, and residents for their feedback. During the Planning Commission and City Council hearings, there were dozens of supporters who spoke in favor of the Arts Club and all the benefits it will bring to our City.
The Arts Club was supported by not only the West Hollywood Planning Commission and City Council, but by the Norma Triangle Neighborhood Watch, the West Hollywood Heights Neighborhood Association, the West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, along with multiple City Commissioners, local business owners and hundreds of local residents.
Join me and vote YES on Measure B on March 5th!