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Spring Street Park

The Architect’s Newspaper

“Spaces throughout the park encourage private uses by one person or small groups. Urban serenity is also available on a circumnavigating path, which provides a circuit for people and strollers. A diagonal walkway bisects the site, providing a potential future

Spring Street Park

The Architect’s Newspaper

“Spaces throughout the park encourage private uses by one person or small groups. Urban serenity is also available on a circumnavigating path, which provides a circuit for people and strollers. A diagonal walkway bisects the site, providing a potential future

The Architect’s Newspaper

“Since California approved the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) in 1970, its development and business communities have complained that the law has been more effective as an obstacle to economic development than as an instrument of environmental protection.” Read the

The Architect’s Newspaper

“Since California approved the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) in 1970, its development and business communities have complained that the law has been more effective as an obstacle to economic development than as an instrument of environmental protection.” Read the

The Architect’s Newspaper

“Clearly, the ghost town quality that made downtown such an attractive back lot for the film industry—like the era of the early 20th century that built the neighborhood—is a thing of the past.” Read the article.

The Architect’s Newspaper

“Clearly, the ghost town quality that made downtown such an attractive back lot for the film industry—like the era of the early 20th century that built the neighborhood—is a thing of the past.” Read the article.

The Architect’s Newspaper

“Bob Hale, a principal at Rios Clementi Hale, described his firm’s desire for the project to ‘create an iconic experience on the property.’ His firm’s master plan calls the property ‘a hilltop peninsula’ that allows for a natural separation between

The Architect’s Newspaper

“Bob Hale, a principal at Rios Clementi Hale, described his firm’s desire for the project to ‘create an iconic experience on the property.’ His firm’s master plan calls the property ‘a hilltop peninsula’ that allows for a natural separation between

Wilshire Grand rendering AC Martin

The Architect’s Newspaper

Meanwhile, the architectural form of at least one high-rise project stands to benefit from potential changes to the helipad requirement. Earlier this month, architect AC Martin began circulating new renderings for its Wilshire Grand project, approved for the corner of

Wilshire Grand rendering AC Martin

The Architect’s Newspaper

Meanwhile, the architectural form of at least one high-rise project stands to benefit from potential changes to the helipad requirement. Earlier this month, architect AC Martin began circulating new renderings for its Wilshire Grand project, approved for the corner of