In a recent L.A. Loft Blog post, we reported about how the homeowners of 1100 Wilshire Blvd got what they asked for, but apparently paid an extremely hefty price (see full article). In it, the L.A. Loft Blog incorrectly reported that Chase Bank purchased or leased control of 1100 Wilshire guest parking. The L.A. Loft Blog has since learned that the former guest parking is primarily controlled by the commercial space owner Wilshire Commercial LLC. The free guest parking was lost in connection with ongoing litigation between 1100 Wilshire Property Owners Association and Wilshire Commercial LLC. #1100wilshire #lawsuits
Some homeowners have since complained that the problems mentioned in the L.A. Loft Blog (loss of guest parking and reduced maintenance) are caused, not by Chase Bank, but by a rogue homeowners board that has launched extremely expensive lawsuits without majority homeowner approval. The homeowners board and management believe that they are working in the homeowners best interests to reverse adverse impacts to the homeowners caused by actions of Wilshire Commercial LLC.
The HOA actually lost control of its valuable, once plentiful guest parking to the retail owner due to ongoing litigation with the building’s retail space owner Wilshire Commercial LLC.
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