Petition to Stop the Largest Condo Tower Project in Newport Beach History
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Another massive, high-rise condominium project is proposed for Newport Beach. If constructed, the Koll Residences would be the tallest and largest high-density condo towers in Newport Beach history.

Whereas the broadly-opposed Museum House was one tower and 100 residential units, the Koll Residences proposes THREE high-rise towers with 260 units. Its 1,000,000+ square feet of new high-density towers is twice the size of Museum House’s square footage. More than 1,200 daily traffic trips would be generated – and because the Koll Residences area fundamentally lacks community amenities (like parks and beaches, grocery stores, and restaurants), many of those trips would be destined for your neighborhood.

Isn’t it time for the City of Newport Beach to focus on keeping the charm and character of our beloved community? The Koll Residences high-rise towers belong more in Los Angeles than Newport Beach.

We support smart growth and livable residential communities, but not ugly high-rise condo towers.

Please sign this petition, if you support:

• Preserving our quality of life
• Keeping traffic gridlock off our local streets
• Maintaining our community’s character
• Ensuring our community remains livable and sustainable
• Stopping high-rise condo towers in Newport Beach

By signing this petition, your comments will be sent to the City of Newport Beach Planning Commission and City Council.

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