Los Angeles – A proposed project set for downtown Los Angeles will double as a way to irrigate a park near Chinatown and an artistic statement linking the city to its LA River history. [Read more…] about Water Wheel to Pay Tribute to Los Angeles’ Past, Nurture Its Present
Los Angeles – With the former Boyle Hotel’s renovation complete, project proponents Monday removed the black construction screen that hid the historic building from public view for the past year and let people get a gander, reported The Eastsider. [Read more…] about Public Gets a Look at the Historic Boyle Hotel
Los Angeles – Three groups are suing the city of Los Angeles following the City Council’s approval last week of new zoning regulations that enable developers to build taller and larger buildings in some areas of Hollywood, reported the Los Angeles Times. [Read more…] about Three Groups File Lawsuits Over LA’s Hollywood Development Plan
Los Angeles – A downtown Los Angeles high-rise proposed for Hope Street that was put on pause due to the economic downtown is back in play.
Officials with Wood Partners, an Atlanta-based firm, announced Friday that they play to move ahead with construction on the all-glass, 22-story apartment tower, [Read more…] about Improved Economic Outlook Makes Way for Downtown LA High Rise
Los Angeles – The storied Forum in Inglewood, once home to the Los Angeles Lakers and Kings and a concert hub for top artists, is slated to get a $50 million facelift. [Read more…] about Fabulous Forum in Inglewood to Get $50 Million Facelift