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PHOTOS: See Location of Proposed Garvanza Development

The reported location of a new development in Highland Park is a new street not yet listed in Google maps.

Last week, Orange County based developer Kraemer Land Company announced that they had purcahsed and planned to complete a stalled development at North Avenue 66 and Staley Avenue. 

Commenter Ben posted a good question -- where exactly is Staley Avenue? He posted that he couldn't find the street in Google Maps. 

Neither could we, because it doesn't exist yet. 

"Staley Ave is a new street that ends in a cul-de-sac," said Krista Sparks, a spokesperson for Kraemer Land Company. "You can see the site on Google maps using this address: 963 North Avenue 66, Los Angeles, United States."

On Tuesday, a fence had been erected at the site of the development, which currently comprises four nearly completed homes and the foundations of the remaining empty lots. 

ChickenBoyFan February 21, 2013 at 05:42 PM
Ugly . We deserve better.
Pasadena Adjacent April 09, 2013 at 08:17 PM
I hate these things. Greedy developers with their need to build them big and pack them in. Don't look forward to the night view when they stick in over amped street lights. People who choose these kind of homes. have a love of night pollution and motion sensors. Something hillside dwellers despise.
u May 14, 2013 at 02:08 AM
the plan calls for building additional 13 homes (plus one lot for a custom home to be sold as land only). One of the homes is planned to be built on TOP OF the historic LINDSAY OLIVE GROVE which has about 9 historic olives (150 years old). The city of Los Angeles is about to approve the plans from a decade ago or so (left from the prior developer). the builder is intending on trying to move some of the trees for the additional home to maximize profit from the development. Anyone who had seen the trees knows this is impossible without killing them. The City of LA Historic preservation office has been contacted (5-13-13). permits are pending with building and safety and are now going through the process / testing but no mention of the endangered trees which are historical preservation issue.

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