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Old Posted Feb 12, 2018, 9:02 PM
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Most exciting piece of LA architecture since Disney Hall:



The $1-Billion Lucas Museum of Narrative Art is Getting Ready to Break Ground


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Protective fencing now encircles the site of filmmaker George Lucas' $1-billion legacy project, which replaces two parking lots at the intersection of 39th Street and Vermont Avenue. The eventual four-story, 115-foot-tall building will feature roughly 300,000 square feet of floor area, dedicated to exhibition space for Lucas' 10,000-piece collection, a library, two theaters, classrooms, and offices. Parking for 2,400 vehicles will be provided within a basement garage.



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