- Manager’s Messages
You may have noticed that the work has stopped at the brick building next door to Luma. We understand there was an accident with one of the crew members and we don’t know when work will resume. The alley is cleared for the time being and two-way traffic is possible. We will provide updates on this project as soon as information becomes available.
Luma Homeowners Association
LOCATION: Luma – Lobby and Exterior
DATES: Prep. 11 January 2019 -7am to 7pm
Film, 11 January 2019 – 7pm to 6am
Strike, 12 January 2019 – 7am to 5pm
COMPANY: ABC STUDIOS “Grey’s Anatomy” (PRODUCER)
Producer will prepare, film and strike scenes for the television series “Grey’s Anatomy” in and around the Luma on Friday, 11 January 2019 as indicated below.
Producer will film dialogue scenes with people will be coming in and out of the lobby as if the building is being evacuated.
All the action is on the street. Camera positions will be on both sides of the Hope Street and on the sidewalk, curb lane and in the street.
Producer will have fire trucks and police cars with red lights flashing (but no sirens) on Hope Street.
Producer will have a crew of 85, about 15 actors and 100 background. Background and actors will be coming in and out of the lobby while camera rolls.
Producer will have pedestrian control for people entering and exiting the building while we are filming only.
Producer will light Hope Street from the following locations: Beebee on Olympic and Hope down the center of the street; condor on south side of 11th Street east of Hope lighting up the parking structure across the street, lights on the parking structure lighting the street, a scissor light on the south side of 11th street west of Hope lighting up the bottom floor of the Met Life Building, and finally a condor on the south end of Hope lighting northward.
All the action is on the street. Producer will ensure that lights do not bleed or bounce into residential windows.
Producer will have a full closure of Hope Street from 11th to 12th from 8 PM until next morning.
Clementina Sonn – (323) 423-4477
Wes Kellison – (405) 613-7681
Thank you for your cooperation,
Management and Wynn Locations
The installer has made adjustments to the 11th Street entrance gate and feels the issues some of you have experienced with your openers have been resolved. Installation is now about 75% complete, they will be finishing the bottom of the gate and all of the exposed wood will be finished with metal along with other finishing touches.
Please continue let us know if you experience any issues so we can relate this to the installer.
Thank you for your patience.
Thank you all for your feedback on the 11th St. entry gate. We are aware that some residents’ gate openers are not working 100% of the time with the new gate. Since Elleven Management is in charge of the installation of the new gates, we have kept them informed of the situation and we are working with everyone involved to get resolution to the problems as soon as possible.
One possible solution offered by Elleven is that the door opener will not activate if your vehicle is still on 11th Street, the car needs to pull into the driveway and then it will be within range to activate the door to open. Please keep this in mind.
If you continue to experience difficulties with the gate please send an email describing the problem to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your patience during this transition.
The new garage gate is installed however it is not working with all clickers. The installer will be making adjustments and is hoping to have this matter resolved soon. Please continue to use the alley gate for entrance to the parking garage at this time. You will need to enter from 12th St. as the demolition of the building on Hope St. occupies the alley during the day time. In the evenings and weekends, the alley is to be used for exit only (towards Hope St.)
Work on the 11th St. Exit gate is scheduled to begin tomorrow, 12/27. It too will take about three to four days to complete with follow-up adjustments after installation.
Please continue use caution when driving in the garage, especially on the 1st floor.
Thank you for your patience during this process.