Community Updates for 4/1/2022

Posted By on April 1, 2022

Dear Luma Residents,

Window and Building Wash Coming April 11th 

We’ll begin the window and building wash on April 11th. A follow up detailed schedule will be posted in the mailroom and eblasted.

LA County Public Health Mask Advisory – Key Points

3-12-22: Masks are still required in some settings and strongly recommended in others – see the summary here and details in the Health Officer Order

As the county continues to experience reduced COVID-19 spread, it is appropriate to consider fewer required safety measures, noting that vulnerable individuals should continue to layer in all protections possible. Fully vaccinated individuals can refrain from wearing masks in various indoor locations however it is recommended that residents and guests wear masks in common area spaces as a precautionary measure even if vaccinated. We also strongly urge anyone who feels sick or has symptoms to please try to stay at home. If you must go out, please either try not to enter the elevator with other residents, or warn others out of courtesy. Stay safe!

Ways to Reduce Your Assessments

Over the next several weeks, we’ll be including this segment on ways you can reduce your assessments by making some small changes in your ‘normal’ routine. The Board’s objective is to educate everyone on these common-sense ideas and to hopefully reduce assessments, overall.

Cleanup after yourselves: Take the time to cleanup after yourself. Use one of the barbeques, scrub it down with the provided brush. Use any of the gym equipment, wipe it down after you are finished. Drop a piece of paper on your way to the trash room, pick it up. It is that simple, and it saves time for staff to perform other duties, which translates into a cleaner nicer community.  

Metro and street closures 

Metro will perform urgent track work beginning at 9 a.m., Thursday, March 31, 2022 through Wednesday, April 6, 2022 that will require A Line (Blue) and E Line (Expo) northbound and southbound trains to operate on a single track between Pico and 7th St/Metro Center Stations.

A 24 hour-6 days street closure of Pico Blvd between Flower St and Hope St will also be implemented. Pico Station Platform 2 will be out of service. Passengers will board on Platform 1. Staff will be present to assist customers at Pico and 7th St/Metro Center Stations. 

Street closure details:

• Local Access Only to businesses on Pico Bl will be maintained at Hope St. 

• Left and right turns will be restricted at Flower St and Hope St.

• Lane reductions will be in place on Flower St 

• Thru access will be maintained on Hope St and Flower St

Resources for South Park residents 

Below are resources residents to keep our neighborhood safe and clean. Click here for the proper information when looking to report safety issues.

Send Us a Selfie!

We encourage all homeowners and residents to send us a photo of yourself so we can upload it to the database. We can use this information for fast identification if necessary. Send your photo along with your name and unit number to We hope to see you soon!

Thank you and enjoy the weekend!


1100 South Hope Street
Los Angeles, CA 90015
phone | (213) 742-0387

Management Team

General Manager
Francis Langlois, CCAM-HR |

Manager Assistant
Taylor Jones |

Building Engineers
Steve Evans |


Management Company

Action Property Management
Regional Office
707 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 1475
Los Angeles, CA 90017
Office | 800-400-2284 EXT. 3608
(949) 450-0202

Corporate Office
2603 Main Street, Suite 500
Irvine, CA 92614
phone | (949) 450-0202
fax | (949) 450-0303