Earlier this month, the Los Angeles City Council reapproved the empty Sunset Gordon tower, clearing the way for the 22-story apartment building to reopen three years after a lawsuit forced its tenants to vacate. Now, the so-called Target Husk, another symbol of the contentious battles waged over planning and development in Hollywood, appears to finally have a path forward.
A Los Angeles City Council committee voted Tuesday to abandon a disputed bid to enshrine a former gas station on Silver Lake Boulevard as a historic monument after the building owner pledged to relocate the aging structure.
Later this week, the Metro Board of Directors’ Construction Committee will review updated renderings of the proposed 96th Street Transit Station – the long-awaited rail link to Los Angeles International Airport.
Solomon Cordwell Buenz, TCA Architects, and developers Carmel Partners have unveiled renderings for the 1,210-unit Cumulus development, a new mixed-use project slated for the former KLOS and KABC radio broadcast facilities in Los Angeles.