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Glendale : Health Club Parking Spaces

June 17, 1993

The Redevelopment Agency has postponed for two weeks a decision on a request by Bally's Holiday Health Club to operate a club downtown without the required number of parking spaces.

Bally's wants to convert a vacant, 34,000-square-foot commercial building at 210 W. Lexington Drive into a health club that is expected to draw about 2,500 members. However, the building has spaces for 78 vehicles where 170 spaces are required. An exception would be one of the largest ever granted in the city.

Representatives of Glendale Federal Bank, which owns the building, had agreed earlier to permit the club to use some of the bank's 281-space parking structure nearby. However, bank officials on Tuesday objected to restrictions on bank parking proposed by the city.

A delay was granted Tuesday to allow bank and health club officials time to work out a solution acceptable to the city.

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