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Doors blow right off the hinges Welp, they’re here, the back-to-back storms that weather forecasters had predicted could dump up to one inch of rain per hour on Los Angeles.
Signal priority and grade separation through DTLA are also on the table Metro’s Board of Directors may soon consider a host of possible improvements that could speed up service along the delay-prone Blue Line, including an express train between Downtown LA and Long Beach.
The seven-story project would bring 271 apartments to the area Warner Center appears to be continuing its intriguing evolution into a humming, mostly-transit-accessible live-work community (with a lot of shopping options). On Thursday, as Urbanize LA reports , developer Evolution Strategic Partners filed plans with the city for a new seven-story residential project with 271 apartments above a parking structure. Four of the units will be set aside as live-work spaces
Improvements include new crosswalks and a dedicated bus lane A long stretch of Lincoln Boulevard through Santa Monica is all set to get a major makeover that will make the street a bit more accessible to bicyclists and pedestrians. As Santa Monica Next reports, the city’s planning commission is set to review plans for the project’s first phase this coming Wednesday. The Lincoln Neighborhood Corridor Plan seeks to promote public transit ridership and improve the experience of walkers and bicyclists along the stretch of thoroughfare between the 10 Freeway and Ozone Avenue.
994 residential units and nearly 100,000 square feet of commercial space A major new residential development may soon be popping up around the fortress-like Little Tokyo Galleria. Plans filed with the city Friday call for a large mixed use project at 333 S Alameda Street—the same address as the mall. It’s not clear at this point whether the development will, in fact, replace the 30-year-old shopping center, but it seems more likely that it will go up on the site of an adjacent parking structure.
But the show will return to Staples Center the following year After a long run of consecutive shows held in Downtown LA, it looks like the Grammy Awards are heading back to New York City in 2018.
They were supposed to return to the strip in 2015 They’ve evaded Russian spies with ease, but Rocky & Bullwinkle are having a heck of a time landing some real estate on the Sunset Strip. It’s been nearly four years since cranes removed LA’s famed Rocky & Bullwinkle statue from its 52-year home on Sunset Boulevard. Over half a century of Los Angeles sun had inflicted some bad damage, and the landlord didn’t want to pay for the needed repairs