Adaptive Reuse

February 26, 2012

Hamid Behdad on How Best to Update LA City’s Adaptive Reuse Ordinance

In 1999 the Los Angeles City Council adopted an adaptive reuse ordinance that played a significant part in the revitalization of Downtown. Granting developers the flexibility needed to convert historic buildings into modern residences, the ordinance became a model for preservation and growth actoss the city. Now, the City Council may update the original ordinance to meet 21st century needs.

March 31, 2011

Tom Gilmore Opines on Infill Development and Downtown L.A.

Recently released figures from the U.S. Census confirmed the success story of Downtown L.A. and Historic Corridor. Developer Tom Gilmore helped make it happen. What happens next?

November 10, 2005

Kor Group Revives Treasures of L.A.'s Architectural Past for Urban Residential Living

Kate Bartolo of upscale developer and hotelier Kor Group explains the challenges, benefits, and profits of historic preservation.

December 16, 2003

Architect Brenda Levin Honored With Creative Force Award

KCRW's Frances Anderton comments on Brenda Levin's impact on Los Angeles architecture.

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