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In case you haven't already gotten the message, Building Los Angeles has relocated to Urbanize LA.  Please check out the new website for coverage of real estate development, architecture and urban planning.

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Introducing Urbanize LA
Building Los Angeles and Creative Pursuits Web Development are pleased to announce the launch Urbanize LA , a new website focused on real estate development and urban planning in Southern California.  Our new format will combine BLA's coverage of proposed a...

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Introducing Urbanize LA
Building Los Angeles and web developer Chris Loos are pleased to announce the launch Urbanize LA , a new website focused on real estate development and urban planning in Southern California.  Our new format will combine BLA's coverage of proposed and ongoin...

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Vibiana-Adjacent Residential Complex Breaks Ground
Image: Togawa Smith Martin, Inc. via the Downtown News Yet another mixed-use development is now pushing dirt in Downtown Los Angeles. Earlier this week, Holland Partner Group broke ground on a new residential-retail complex adjacent to the deconsecrated Cat...

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LA County Looks to Facilitate Crenshaw Line TODs
3606 West Exposition Boulevard In an effort to stimulate economic growth in South Los Angeles, County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas is pushing for the redevelopment of government-owned land near the upcoming Crenshaw light-rail line. According to a motion s...

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Luxury Apartments to Rise in Brentwood
A pair of vacant mid-century residential buildings in Brentwood will soon meet with the wrecking ball, to be replaced by a modern rental development. Later this month, Elite Real Estate will begin work on a luxury apartment complex at 11965 Montana Avenue. ...

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Updated Look for Proposed Arts District Development
1800 E 7th (All images: HansonLA) Architecture firm HansonLA has revealed an updated look for 1800 East Seventh Street , a proposed mixed-use development in the southern Arts District. The seven-story complex, which is planned by a limited liability corpora...

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Shabby Section of Palms Getting Mixed-Use Development
The Roy @ Overland According to a mitigated negative declaration published by the Los Angeles Department of City Planning, an approximately half-acre site in Palms may birth to a new mixed-use development Plans were filed with the city last December for the...
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