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Old Posted Apr 10, 2022, 2:13 AM
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First Topgolf location in LA County to open in El Segundo alongside renovated Lakes 10-hole course

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Old Posted Apr 16, 2022, 11:50 PM
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Site being cleared at 7th and Vermont. Hopefully that means construction will start soon on this: https://la.urbanize.city/post/seven-...own-strip-mall





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Old Posted Apr 18, 2022, 3:14 PM
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Oh, nice. Design is meh, but not offensive, and more housing near transit is always welcome. Especially when it replaces a strip mall that was mostly parking.
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Personally I think this is one of my favorite designs proposed for the area. To each their own!
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Old Posted Apr 19, 2022, 11:54 PM
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The design isn't horrible. But it's easy. Its giving me hospital/community college add on extension vibes
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Old Posted Apr 20, 2022, 9:37 PM
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WeHo Update

A few updates on projects in West Hollywood I noticed on Easter while going to dinner at Bottega Louis.

Melrose Triangle - https://la.urbanize.city/post/west-h...nica-boulevard

Looks like digging is done or close to being done. The entire lot is currently a massive hole in the ground, so hoping they start building the underground parking soon.

La Peer Mixed Use - https://la.urbanize.city/post/mixed-...-la-peer-hotel

Building is in heavy construction mode, and I didn't even know it had broken ground. Great to see this kind of infill in the area.

Robertson Lane - https://la.urbanize.city/post/west-h...robertson-lane

Noticed heavy construction equipment on site finally, so they may be gearing up to break ground soon.

Not sure how to post pictures on these old-fashioned forum sites, so you'll just have to take my word for everything. G
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Old Posted Apr 21, 2022, 9:38 AM
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38 story apt tower u/c in Koreatown





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Old Posted Apr 21, 2022, 2:19 PM
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Thank you for capturing that one, Paul! It really stands out now from quite a few points in the city. Here's hoping the SOM-designed one across Wilshire and a couple blocks east gets going in the next year or so. That will be quite the cluster.
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Personally I think this is one of my favorite designs proposed for the area. To each their own!
I kind of like the design too; it’s a bit 60s-esque. My only concern is that they’ll end up VEing the black portions of the facade, the renderings suggesting brick veneer or some other non-stucco material with texture.

As of now, my biggest gripe with this development (and new developments in general) is the relatively sparse amount of ground-floor retail space lining Vermont. And the ones with ground-floor retail, the spaces are often large and not redolent of the storefront density of single-story pre-war strips.
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Awesome pics!

According to Urbanize Los Angeles, that's Holland Partner Group's 696 South New Hampshire Avenue, which will be a 38-story building with 375 residential units just a block from the Wilshire/Vermont subway station.





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That bank of hope tower has one of the best views in the city. I would always check out their roof. This tower is going to have an incredible view of the skyline.
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West Edge - Olympic/Bundy


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The Landmark Los Angeles - Wilshire/Granville


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I used to see this mid- and high-rise cluster from my kitchen windows--before the Landmark was constructed. Wish I could see the view from there now!
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Old Posted Apr 26, 2022, 9:28 PM
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Personally I think this is one of my favorite designs proposed for the area. To each their own!
I agree, I really like it.

For sure an upgrade for that area.
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The 7th & New Hampshire tower is a welcomed additional to already dense Koreatown. I just hope that the reports we read on the northwest corner of Wilshire and Vermont are not true, that a pharmacy will not occupy that prime real estate location. Let's see what happens there... back to this one, it's just amazing how this development is nearly finished and will do so much for this area of the city, and yet there was relatively low hype around it. Great tower!







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Great pics, ernart! I am wowed by this one. My husband used to live in Koreatown and this will for sure add to density and (hopefully) walkability.

It def should be getting more hype.
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https://la.urbanize.city/post/render...s-insurance-hq

WHAT??? What is this bullsh*t?!? On Wilshire....
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^ Yeah, there's no way the city should sign off on that. If you want to develop housing on Wilshire, it needs to have density suited for the LA of today... not the LA of 1940.
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3200 La Cienega

Another highly-visible project for West Adams was approved This is across from the massive and transformative Cumulus Project on La Cienega.

https://whatnowlosangeles.com/254-ap...or-west-adams/

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https://www.dearchitects.net/la-cienega

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