Creative Artists Steal Parking


Creative Artists Steal Parking

I met today with Sander de Wildt, General Manager of the Westfield Century City. It’s one of the most up market shopping areas in LA. They have installed a parking guidance system in the garage and I am working on a story about it. Watch March’s PT.

Sander told me that the Creative Artists Agency had moved into the remodeled building across the street. The gazillionaire actors who visit their agents were upset that they had to pay for parking under the building. CAA’s solution: – There is now a sign there telling them to park across the street in Sander’s shopping center (3 hours free.)

Sander was laughing and shaking his head. “Maybe they’ll come upstairs and spend some money while they are here.”

Good luck.


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