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November 27, 2001 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
From Pasadena to Long Beach, developers and architects are touting the benefits of stacking homes above shops and businesses in a lively urban mix. The trouble is that it can get too lively. Just ask Sonia Rivas about the sounds of early-morning trash trucks on Broadway and other disturbances outside her apartment above Grand Central Market in downtown Los Angeles. "I hear the ambulances all the time," said Rivas, a graduate student at USC.
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November 27, 2001 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
From Pasadena to Long Beach, developers and architects are touting the benefits of stacking homes above shops and businesses in a lively urban mix. The trouble is that it can get too lively. Just ask Sonia Rivas about the sounds of early-morning trash trucks on Broadway and other disturbances outside her apartment above Grand Central Market in downtown Los Angeles. "I hear the ambulances all the time," said Rivas, a graduate student at USC.
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