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Restoration Fund

March 19, 1989|DAVID M. KINCHEN and From staff reports

Project Restore, an organization formed by Mayor Tom Bradley and others with the goal of preserving the fabric of Los Angeles, has been awarded a $250,000-grant by the Ahmanson Foundation to be used in the restoration of the Los Angeles City Hall Main Street lobby.

The lobby project--the first of Project Restore's renovation efforts--is expected to cost between $1.1 and $1.5 million and is expected to begin early next year, under the direction of the architectural firm of Hardy, Holzman & Pfeiffer. Albert C. Martin, son of the original City Hall architect, serves as chairman of the 22-member Project Restore board of directors.

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