Contents 1 History 1.1 Tongva Native Americans 1.2 Port Ballona 1.3 Ballona Creek Watershed 1.4 Howard Hughes - Spruce Goose 2 Development 2.1 Prior efforts 2.2 New project 2.2.1 Environment 2.2.2 Methane 2.2.3 Water conservation 3 Geography 4 Demographics 5 Economy 6 Facilities 6.1 City 6.2 Parks 6.3 Other 7 Education 8 References 9 External links

History[edit] Tongva Native Americans[edit] Main article: Tongva The Tongva Native Americans once inhabited the location now occupied by Playa Vista.[5] There was a Tongvan sacred burial site located here: "about 1,000 Native American remains [...] had been exhumed during construction," grave sites that were deemed sacred by the Tongva people.[6] The remains were discovered after construction had begun.[5][7] In 2008, the remains "were laid to rest and covered with white seashells during a sacred burial ceremony near the Westchester bluffs."[5] In addition, "Playa Vista plans to complete a museum dubbed the Discovery Center to educate people about the Ballona wetlands and the Gabrieliño-Tongva tribe. It is expected to be completed at the end of [2008]."[5] Port Ballona[edit] In 1839 the land was part of Rancho La Ballona, later in 1887, it became part of the Port Ballona.[8][9] Ballona Creek Watershed[edit] Prior to its development as headquarters for Hughes Aircraft Company, much of the land occupied by Playa Vista was a wetlands connected with a large salt-marsh in what is now Marina Del Rey. These wetlands were formerly part of the larger Ballona Creek watershed that occupied these areas along with what is now Playa Del Rey, and much of Venice, Los Angeles.[10] Howard Hughes - Spruce Goose[edit] Main articles: Hughes Airport (California) and Spruce Goose In the 1940s, the aviator Howard Hughes bought the site and constructed a private airfield runway, named Hughes Airport, and an aircraft factory with large hangars for his Hughes Aircraft Company production. The famous Spruce Goose (Hughes H-4 Hercules plane), with the largest wingspan and height of any aircraft in history, was built in the hangar and then transported to Long Beach Harbor for its only flight in 1947.

Development[edit] Prior efforts[edit] During the late 1990s, DreamWorks failed in its attempt to build a studio in Playa Vista.[11][12] New project[edit] Phase One of Playa Vista began in 2001 as "a mix of affordable and luxury housing, office and commercial space and open spaces and recreational amenities, all set next to a restored wetlands and wildlife preserve."[13] In October, Steve Soboroff was named president of Playa Vista.[14][15] It was one of "six communities in the nation selected by President Bill Clinton in 1998 as a National Pilot Project of the Partnership for Advancing Technology in Housing (PATH)."[13] As such it is, "one of the most technologically advanced communities ever planned" and is "fully connected via telecommunications and broadband capabilities."[16] Environment[edit] It was also constructed as, "a model for green development [using] energy saving systems, non-toxic and recycled materials, product selections and design techniques that promote conservation [thus] minimizing the impacts of development on the environment."[16] However, some environmentalists and residents in the nearby communities of Mar Vista, Westchester, and Venice oppose the development arguing that it will increase traffic congestion throughout the Los Angeles Westside.[17] Beginning in 1994, developers and some environmentalists worked together to restore the Ballona Wetlands.[18] Other environmentalists, however, oppose development in the wetlands.[19] Methane[edit] A controversy surrounding methane at Playa Vista developed around 2000. On April 17, 2000, Exploration Technologies Inc. (ETI), "found methane seeps much larger than any previously reported, one about 1,000 feet long, and a second slightly smaller, in the area east of Lincoln Boulevard and south of Jefferson Boulevard."[20] The City Council then asked Playa Vista to conduct more studies with ETI as a peer reviewer.[20] This study found that ETI's original hypothesis was incorrect, and stated that a fault zone did not exist under Lincoln. The study further showed that gas seepage from the SoCal gas storage facility was not occurring. The report concluded that "no significant fault is possible under the entire Playa Vista development project site."[20][21] In 2002, the Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety (LADBS) required the installation of gas mitigation systems at Playa Vista, consisting of a membrane shield under the buildings, vents, and a series of alarms.[22] According to officials at the L.A. Department of Building and Safety, "Methane is an old story in Los Angeles and the standards the city requires at Playa Vista are the strictest in the country. Hence, Playa residents we spoke to cited areas where the gas has not been mitigated - such as Venice, Santa Monica, and nearly all of the Westside - as more dangerous."[23] Many also argue that "much of the methane is natural - not the kind that comes from the gas company."[23] The Los Angeles City Council has consistently voted in favor of the developers of the project. The development has a government-mandated blend of high- and low-income housing (less than 10%). According to the Los Angeles Times, "[o]ver the last decade, government agencies and courts have ruled repeatedly in Playa Vista's favor [...] Engineers, builders and consultants for the project have joined the city of Los Angeles in saying the safety measures are the most elaborate the city has ever required."[24] Water conservation[edit] Playa Vista's parks and landscaped areas are serviced with 100% recycled water.[25]

Geography[edit] The boundaries of the currently developed portion are approximately Lincoln Boulevard and the Ballona Wetlands on the west, Ballona Creek on the north, Centinela Avenue on the east, and the Del Rey Hills bluffs (Westchester Bluffs) on the south. Playa Vista is bordered by the unincorporated enclave of Marina Del Rey to the northwest, by the community of Playa del Rey to the southwest, by Loyola Marymount University and the upland part of Westchester to the southwest, south, east and southeast, and by the Del Rey district to the northwest.[26] According to the Mapping L.A. project of the Los Angeles Times, Playa Vista is adjoined on the northwest by Del Rey, on the north and east by Culver City, on the southeast by Westchester and on the west by Marina Del Rey.[27][28] Street and other boundaries are: Ballona Creek or the Marina Freeway on the northwest and north, the Culver City boundary on the northeast, Bluff Creek Drive or the boundary between Rancho Ballona and Rancho Sausal Redondo on the southeast, followed by Teale Street and Cabora Drive, westerly and unmarked, to include the Ballona Wetlands on the southwest.[29][30] Relation of Playa Vista to nearby places, not necessarily contiguous:[27][30][31] Places adjacent to Playa Vista, Los Angeles Del Rey & Mar Vista Del Rey & Culver City Fox Hills Mall & Holy Cross Cemetery Marina Del Rey Playa Vista Hillside Memorial Pk & Ladera Hts Ballona Wetlands Loyola Marymount University & LAX Westchester

Demographics[edit] The 2000 U.S. census counted 2,416 residents in the 1.3-square-mile Playa Vista neighborhood—an average of 1,859 people per square mile, a very low population density in Los Angeles, but by 2008, the city estimated that the population had increased to 6,010. The median age for residents was 37, considered old for Los Angeles; the percentage of residents aged 65 and older was among the county's highest[29] The neighborhood was highly diverse ethnically. The breakdown was Latinos, 34.8%; whites, 32.4%; Asians, 21.2%; blacks, 4.7%, and others, 6.9%. Mexico (36.2%) and Guatemala (16.5%) were the most common places of birth for the 31.1% of the residents who were born abroad, about an average figure in Los Angeles.[29] The median yearly household income in 2008 dollars was $68,597, a high figure for Los Angeles. The average household size of 2.4 people was average for the city. House- or apartment owners occupied 54.8% of the housing stock, and renters occupied 28.5%.[29] The percentages of divorced men and widowed men and women were among the county's highest. In 2000 there were 33 families headed by single parents, a low rate for Los Angeles. There were 215 veterans, or 11%, a high rate for Los Angeles.[29]

Economy[edit] Commercial activity within Playa Vista: Electronic Arts, a Redwood City-based major developer, marketer, publisher and distributor of video games, operates a large branch campus in Playa Vista.[32][33] Belkin, since February 2010, has its corporate headquarters in Playa Vista.[34] Team One a division of Saatchi & Saatchi relocated its corporate headquarters to Playa Vista from nearby El Segundo in March 2013.[35] ICANN relocated its corporate headquarters to Playa Vista from nearby Marina Del Rey in June 2012.[36] Fullscreen relocated to the complex renamed i|o at Playa Vista from nearby Culver City in March 2015.[2] Neo@Ogilvy a subsidiary of one of the largest marketing communication companies in the world, Ogilvy & Mather relocated to the i|o at Playa Vista from the Santa Monica Water Garden. Area Businesses: TBWA\Chiat\Day, the Los Angeles office of TBWA Worldwide, rents a 103,000 square foot [37] building in Playa Vista.[38] Deutsch Inc. - Los Angeles office of Deutsch Inc., a global creative ad agency.[39] Gehry Partners, LLP, the architectural firm of Frank Gehry.[40] TOMS - headquarters of the philanthropic company known for shoes, eyewear, and coffee products.[41] Rubicon HQ - Los Angeles office of Rubicon.[42] Facebook LA - Los Angeles office of Facebook.[42] Microsoft - Los Angeles office of Microsoft.[42] The Honest Company - Head office. Founded by Jessica Alba. YouTube Space LA - Los Angeles office of YouTube.[42] CTRL Collective - Playa Vista location, a coworking facility for entrepreneurs and innovators .[42] BEZALEL - headquarters of wireless charging technology company Bezalel Inc.[42] Rooster Teeth - Los Angeles office of Rooster Teeth. MERRY JANE - headquarters of cannabis lifestyle-media company co-founded by Snoop Dogg and Ted Chung.[43] Other related activity: The Institute for Creative Technologies (ICT), a research institute of the University of Southern California (USC) is located in Playa Vista.[44] Established in 1999, the ICT combines the assets of a major research university with the creative resources of Hollywood and the game industry to advance the state-of-the-art in training and simulation.

Facilities[edit] City[edit] The Los Angeles Police Department operates the Pacific Community Police Station at 12312 Culver Boulevard, 90066, serving the neighborhood.[45] The Los Angeles Public Library operates the new Playa Vista Branch Library with a community meeting room.[46] Parks[edit] Parks: Neighborhood parks, sports fields, and regional hiking parks, are in and adjacent to Playa Vista. Playa Vista Dog Park[47] Playa Vista Sports Park[48] Fountain Park At Playa Vista[49] Playa Vista Central Park[50] Ballona Creek bicycle path[51] Other[edit] Main article: Los Angeles Clippers Training Center In the 'Campus' area, the Los Angeles Clippers, a professional basketball team, have built a new training facility for its players.[52] Some Clippers players live in or near Playa Vista.[53]

Education[edit] Los Angeles Unified School District operates public schools. As of 2014 the Wiseburn School District allows parents in Ladera Heights to send their children to Wiseburn schools on inter-district transfers.[54] Playa Vista sits just below the bluff of Loyola Marymount University (LMU) which has labeled itself as the "University of Silicon Beach", the slogan being adopted by West LA and specifically Playa Vista. LMU has a large involvement within the neighborhood as well as interacting with the many companies moving into the campus portion of Playa Vista.

References[edit] ^ Lewis, Amanda (January 23, 2014). "Playa Vista Was Going to Be a Utopian Planned Community. But Capitalism's Harsh Reality Keeps Creeping In". LA Weekly.  ^ a b Vincent, Roger (December 18, 2014) "Playa Vista office complex gets makeover, draws creative tenants" Los Angeles Times ^ Chang, Andrea (January 16, 2015) "Yahoo to move Santa Monica operations to booming tech hub Playa Vista" Los Angeles Times ^ Logan, Tim (January 2, 2015) "Buoyed by Silicon Beach, Westchester enjoys a housing surge" Los Angeles Times ^ a b c d Abdollah, Tami & Song, Jason (December 14, 2008). "Restoring harmony with reburial of Native American remains". Los Angeles Times.  ^ "Grave Disturbances: Been Digging Lately Review of Selected 2007 California Legislation: Public Resources 38 McGeorge Law Review 2007". Retrieved 25 April 2016.  ^ Lin, Sara (March 21, 2004). "State Decries Removal of Remains". 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