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May 20, 2012 | By Roger Vincent
The West Los Angeles site of a proposed medical office and residential complex opposed by neighbors because of its size has been purchased by a local real estate company that vows to keep its development aspirations in check. Hudson Pacific Properties Inc. has agreed to pay $89 million for the Olympic Bundy Media Campus, an 11.5-acre collection of properties on Olympic Boulevard between Bundy Drive and Centinela Avenue. A previous owner, Stonebridge Holdings Inc., planned a 1.3-million-square-foot complex of medical offices, retail stores and housing called Bundy Village & Medical Park.
November 1, 2002 | Roger Vincent, Times Staff Writer
One of the largest medical office complexes in California, a $300-million campus that eventually may include a surgical hospital, is being planned in West Los Angeles. The project by Stonebridge Holdings Inc., near the northwest corner of Bundy Drive and Olympic Boulevard, comes as health-care properties are one of the few strong performers in the commercial real estate industry.
July 13, 2010 | By Martha Groves, Los Angeles Times
When even fellow developers and local politicians looking to generate jobs call your proposed project way too big, it's probably time to go back to the drawing board. That appears to be the case with the plan for Bundy Village & Medical Park, which earlier this year prompted street protests, petition drives and hundreds of "Fight Bundy Village" lawn signs from Westchester to Pacific Palisades. The Los Angeles Planning Commission in March approved the proposed 1.3-million-square-foot complex of medical offices, retail stores and housing despite residents' and business concerns about increased traffic in the busy Olympic Boulevard corridor.
May 21, 2012 | By Roger Vincent, Los Angeles Times
With work set to begin soon on a $1-billion luxury hotel in downtown Los Angeles, developer Korean Air revealed some details about the tower that is expected to dramatically alter the city's skyline. The skyscraper will be the second-tallest structure in Southern California at 70 stories, only slightly shorter than the US Bank Tower office building, said Yang Ho Cho, the chairman of Korean Air. The design is still a work in progress, but guests are expected to be whisked by high-speed elevators to the lobby on the 70th floor, where they will check in. The top floor will also have a restaurant, bar and infinity swimming pool.
February 11, 2010 | By Martha Groves
A proposal to build a large medical complex along with hundreds of homes and retail shops at a busy West Los Angeles intersection has touched off heated debate about congestion versus renewal in an already intensively developed area that's facing dozens of other construction projects. Bundy Village & Medical Park would include 385 housing units, many for elderly residents, and more than 500,000 square feet of commercial space on the northwest corner of Bundy Drive and Olympic Boulevard.
January 12, 2007 | Daniel Yi, Times Staff Writer
Will patients visiting their medical center for a CT scan or a flu shot also stay for lunch or some shopping? Thomas LeBeau thinks so. The Newport Beach developer is building a $50-million project in Fullerton that will be part doctors' offices and part shopping mall -- one of a growing number of such medical complexes in Southern California. In LeBeau's vision, patients would come for medical appointments and perhaps meet a friend for lunch or browse for skin-care products.
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