Having experienced firsthand Dr. Jayasinghe’s work ethic and determination to improve the lives of the residents of his community, I am not surprised that his next major project involves the redevelopment of his Westlake property that will create jobs and improve the aesthetics of the community of Westlake, making it a desirable place to live and do business.
Dr. Jayasinghe has helped numerous people within the community by providing financial and emotional support and has often been at the forefront of public interest projects. For example, his involvement in the restoration and improvements to the MacArthur Park in the late nineties. Dr. Jayasinghe has been and continues to be a pillar of hope, inspiration, leadership and integrity in the community.
I have known Dr. J for decades through our mutual involvement in the MacArthur Park/Westlake community in which we both reside. Through his words and deeds, Dr. J has consistently dedicated himself to helping to improve our neighborhood through his operation of medical clinics, graffiti removal, homelessness assistance and other community service activities.
In my personal interaction and working with him closely in this community, his commitment was a tremendous asset and his dedication to improving the Westlake neighborhood has always been his passion. I have yet to meet someone as selfless and hardworking as Dr. Walter Jayasinghe and I know that his dedication to this project is absolute and unceasing.
As I learned of the many accomplishments of Dr. J, I quickly realized how totally committed he was and still is to help improve the quality of life for all area residents. As a result of his success as both a businessman and respected physician, Dr. J continues to work on behalf of all citizens
East view towards Downtown Los Angeles
Aerial view with The Lake on Wilshire
Evening aerial view with its connection to the Metro
Multi-Cultural/Performing Arts Center on corner of Wilshire Boulevard and Bonnie Brae Street
Residential parking entry on Bonnie Brae Street looking North
Access from Westlake/MacArthur Park station on Westlake Avenue looking North
Access to the Quality 220-Room Hotel
Multi- Cultural & Performing Arts Center