May 3, 1992
A Super Rose was awarded to 777 Tower at Citicorp Plaza for its architecture and a Very Sour Lemon award went to ALARM (A Local and Regional Monitor) for its "myopic anti-growth mentality," at the Downtown Breakfast Club's 12th annual Roses and Lemon ceremonies.
December 12, 1991 |
How Westside City Council members voted on selected issues. * GRAFFITI: Approved spending $500,000 to continue citywide graffiti removal from public and private property. The funds will go to 13 community-based organizations for graffiti abatement services. Passed 12-0. Voting yes: Marvin Braude, Ruth Galanter, Nate Holden, Joel Wachs and Zev Yaroslavsky. John Ferraro and Michael Woo were absent.
May 31, 1991 |
In a victory for real estate developers seeking to erect several huge buildings in downtown Los Angeles, a Superior Court judge Thursday dismissed a lawsuit that sought to block one project on the grounds that city officials had not fully assessed the traffic it might generate. Judge Richard C.
May 17, 1991 |
Amid the worst glut of office space in 20 years, developers are preparing to construct four massive real estate projects that will add 11 skyscrapers and nearly 9 million square feet of commercial rental space in downtown Los Angeles.