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Old Posted Jan 24, 2017, 5:27 AM
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Groundbreaking Nears for Hillside Apartments in Silver Lake

A long-stalled proposal to build a multifamily residential development in Silver Lake has quietly kicked into action.

According to realtor Dion Noravian, fencing has now been placed around the hillside lot at 2600-2650 W. Riverside Drive, signaling that construction is near for a four-story, 120-unit apartment complex.
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Old Posted Jan 28, 2017, 2:58 AM
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Renderings Revealed for Trident Center Expansion

An initial study published by the Los Angeles Department of City Planning offers a sneak peak at the proposed expansion of West L.A.'s Trident Center.

The mid-rise office complex, which spans a full city block at 11355 W. Olympic Boulevard, currently consists of two 10-story buildings with a combined 383,000 square feet of leasable offices. McCarthy Cook, the real estate firm that owns the facility, submitted plans to the city last summer to build an additional 120,000 square feet of offices and retail space on the property.

Renderings of the project, which is being designed by Gensler, show bridge multiple bridges between the two buildings would create some of the new office space, as well as opportunities for elevated amenity decks. The second and third levels would be further extended out towards Olympic Boulevard, where offices would hover over a ground-floor plaza flanked by commercial space.
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Old Posted Jan 28, 2017, 3:56 PM
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L.A. to acquire property known as 'crown jewel' in river revitalization strategy

Te Los Angeles City Council voted Friday to spend $59.3 million to buy a piece of land billed as a “crown jewel” in Mayor Eric Garcetti’s push to restore an 11-mile stretch of the Los Angeles River.

On an 11-0 vote, the council moved ahead with the purchase of the 41-acre site, formally known as G2, from railroad company Union Pacific.
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