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Old Posted Jan 25, 2017, 11:21 PM
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A little refinement will make this a fantastic proposal. It seems a bit bulky to me and the crowns just seem like throw ins.. It can be better, but the height, the views, the location... top notch
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Looks like the 1970s Pereira lowrise will be denied historic monument status

Excellent. Let the two towers rise.
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LA's skyline will be stretching yet again!
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LA's skyline will be stretching yet again!
Just what Bunker Hill/Civic Center needs. Imagine how the skyline will look like with the additions of the Grand Ave Project, the project south of Times Mirror Sqaure, Angels Landing, LA Grand Hotel Tower, and this project?!
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There's several new towers planned in the Civic Center district too. Little Tokyo and Arts District have some nice highrises in the pipeline as well.
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There's several new towers planned in the Civic Center district too. Little Tokyo and Arts District have some nice highrises in the pipeline as well.

Wow, lots of coming in. Thanks for sharing.
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