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Old Posted Jun 6, 2015, 12:58 PM
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Chinese developer unveils plans for luxury condo tower in downtown L.A.





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With downtown Los Angeles facing a condominium shortage, a Chinese developer has unveiled plans for a $100-million luxury high-rise residential tower near Staples Center.

The building, proposed to the city Planning Commission on Thursday, would rise 37 stories at the southwest corner of Grand Avenue and 12th Street. The tower would have 126 units, which shouldn't be hard to sell, developer Joseph Lin said.

"Downtown still has a lot of potential to grow," said Lin, managing partner of City Century, the Los Angeles subsidiary of Shanghai real estate developer ShengLong Group.
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http://urbanize.la/post/chinese-deve...ultiple-towers

Now including a second tower at 1233 S. Grand Avenue. 22 stories/240 feet tall, with 150 condos and 5,000 sq. ft. of retail space.

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I guess this is now recognized as the former design? There's some differences here from the rendering above.



Elevations only show 30 floors; standing at a height of 385'





http://www.keatingarchitecture.com/projects/details/7
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^^^ I was never truly a fan of the old design anyway. Looked out of place to say its in LA. Especially the top half.
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Slowly but surely, LA is starting to receive the architecture it deserves.

I really like this one.
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