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Old Posted Jan 12, 2021, 9:53 AM
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Was in Vista Hermosa Park and surprised at the site of the Grand.







Also a view from the Teardrop just off Sunset.
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Old Posted Jan 12, 2021, 8:45 PM
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View of downtown from the top of Blue Jay Way in the Bird Streets

1/10/21

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.... This a greaat shot ! This view is not always the "better" side of the skyline. However, this one is done very well...
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"There's a fog upon LA..."
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Old Posted Jan 13, 2021, 10:44 PM
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looks like 3 or 4 more floors to go on the Grand.
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We need about a half dozen skyscrapers in the 700-850' range and two or three supertalls south of 9th Street to give the skyline visual balance from this perspective.
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We need about a half dozen skyscrapers in the 700-850' range and two or three supertalls south of 9th Street to give the skyline visual balance from this perspective.
Olympia would do a decent job in one go at filling in some of the "gap".


It one I'm really crossing my fingers will break ground this year.

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Olympia would do a decent job in one go at filling in some of the "gap".


It one I'm really crossing my fingers will break ground this year.

Isn’t that Chinese money? Probably unlikely in that case.

The only two 800 foot buildings I can think of that are at all likely to get built are angels landing and 1045 olive.
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The $2 Billion Angel's Landing complex takes another step forward with the release of its draft environmental study. Groundbreaking is expected in 2022 with a roughly 4 year timeline and completion in mid 2026.

Sadly (IMO), the elementary school is no longer part of the program that now consists of: 180 condominiums, 252 apartments, two hotels featuring 515 rooms, 72K of retail and restaurant space and 750 parking spaces.

Still one of my most anticipated projects in all of Los Angeles and a major investment in the city in a great part of DTLA.

https://urbanize.city/la/post/2-bill...r-step-forward

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The $2 Billion Angel's Landing complex takes another step forward with the release of its draft environmental study. Groundbreaking is expected in 2022 with a roughly 4 year timeline and completion in mid 2026.

Sadly (IMO), the elementary school is no longer part of the program that now consists of: 180 condominiums, 252 apartments, two hotels featuring 515 rooms, 72K of retail and restaurant space and 750 parking spaces.

Still one of my most anticipated projects in all of Los Angeles and a major investment in the city in a great part of DTLA.

https://urbanize.city/la/post/2-bill...r-step-forward

Am I still upset this is not a supertall? Yes

Am I still hotly anticipating it? Absolutely
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