GHS gets big check

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Apartment project developer Cityview and CEO Sean Burton presents a $1,500 donation to Gardena High School students and marching band director, Scott Suyama. The presentation took place at the May 19 groundbreaking ceremony, 12850 Crenshaw Blvd., Gardena. Under development is a 265-unit apartment complex near the headquarters of Space X and Ring. As noted in the accompanying story by Brett Callwood, “a time capsule will be placed in the foundations that includes the May 19, 2022 edition of the Gardena Valley News, plus the LA Times from the same day, a drill team pom pom and a band drumstick from Gardena High School, and a letter to the community’s future residents from Cityview.” Photos by Gary Kohatsu
CEO Sean Burton, project developer Cityview, at right, is presented with a certificate of congratulations from Councilman Art Kaskanian, left, and Mayor Tasha Cerda. The mayor said (as noted in the accompanying story), “We’re grateful for Cityview’s expertise in sustainable multifamily development and knowledge of the surrounding area as our community grows.”
A time capsule is filled by Cityview’s Melissa Delgado, VP Asset Management. A
copy of the Gardena Valley News, issued that day, was among the artifacts place in the time capsule. The project’s other developer is Stockbridge. At bottom right, Gardena city officials (in the background) included Councilman Art Kaskanian, left, Gardena Police Chief Michael Saffell and Greg Tsujiuchi, Community Development director.

GHS gets big check