April 2006

April 13, 2006

L.A. Architects' Open Letter to City Officials: "Planning Must Emerge As A City Priority"

As Los Angeles gets used to prospect of a more dense urban future, renowned L.A. architects Brenda Levin and Bill Fain offer insight to L.A.'s new generation of city government officials.

April 13, 2006

MTA, Venice Developer Craft Proposal to Replace Obsolete Bus Yard With Mixed-Use Development

Community opposition threatens a deal to extricate an MTA bus yard from a dense Venice neighborhood.

April 13, 2006

From Vision to Reality: South Group Celebrates Opening of First of Three Downtown L.A. Towers

As Downtown's first brand-new residential tower welcomes its first residents, the South Group's James Atkins offers an update on the continuing rebirth of Downtown.

April 13, 2006

L.A. Project Restore's First Street Master Plan Proposes a Revitalized East-West River Span

Tim Psomas and Doug Suisman discuss a new master plan, sponsored by Project Restore, for a revived, beautified corridor along L.A.'s First Street.

April 13, 2006

Lewis Builds Social Infrastructure Into Master Planned Communities

Inland Empire developer Randall Lewis builds community, health, and variety into a new breed of master-planned communities.

April 13, 2006

Latino Urban Forum Envisions A New Urbanism of Density

Latino Urban Forum co-founder James Rojas calls for a pedestrian-oriented urban vision that recognizes the needs of L.A.'s new ethnic majority.


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