who'd have thought living directly over a nightclub would be noisy??

Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams - Hollywood Hills 01409501


You know, I don't even know what to say about this one.  I have to laugh, I think.  TMZ is reporting that residents of The Broadway Lofts are complaining about the late night noise that comes from S Bar which is right downstairs.  Um, really?  You didn't think living at Hollywood and Vine was going to be noisy?  The residents are so peeved, they've filed a lawsuit saying S Bar is operated in an "unreasonably and unacceptably disruptive manner." They say the music is so loud, "many residents have been unable to fall asleep prior to 2:00 in the morning." They say the club's operators -- SBE and the Kor Realty Group -- have totally and "callously" ignored their complaints, all while raking in "huge profits."

Here's the thing.  While I haven't personally sold any units in The Broadway, I have sold several new development condos this year, and there is a stack of disclosures an inch thick, and I can't imagine for a second that this particular possibility wasn't covered 5 different ways.  It will be interesting to see how this is resolved.

Comments (4)

Stuart Dobson
eLoanRates.org - Thornton, CO

reminds me of people who move near an airport because of the cheap land prices, then complain about the airplane noise.

Jul 07, 2008 07:57 AM
Katharine Carey
eXp Realty - Bellingham, WA

this is soo crazy, I believe like you that it's in the documents and they won't have a drum to beat!

Jul 07, 2008 07:59 AM
Carey Pott
January Financial - Foothill Ranch, CA

I guess it all depends on who was there first: the condos or the nightclubs. If the condos were there first, they may have a legitimate complaint. It does seem a little ludicrous though!

Jul 07, 2008 08:09 AM
Kim Tavares
Legend Residential Sales LLC - Dix Hills, NY
e-PRO - Long Island, NY

wow..if they win the lawsuit, I may have to consider suing my husband for snoring ("unreasonable and disruptive")

Jul 07, 2008 08:19 AM