The significant impacts of the Barlow Hospital development

The proposal to build a 1.2 million-square-foot development on the grounds of Barlow Hospital next to Elysian Park would most likely have significant impacts on everything from scenic views and air quality to historic structures and traffic congestion. It also might be smelly. Those findings come from an initial study into the potential environmental impacts created by a proposal to build 888 units of housing, a new hospital and shops on the hospital’s approximately 25-acre property. Read more in Eastside Citizen.

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