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Newly designated Pink’s Square: more than hot dogs

Newly designated Pink’s Square: more than hot dogs

| May 31, 2018 | 0 Comments

The corner of Melrose and La Brea avenues may have been the home of one lonely pushcart in 1939, but by 2018 it has become home to at least 12 other cafés and restaurants, making it a go-to corner for people who can’t quite decide what to have for dinner or where to get their […]

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Historic tower to house only condos in new proposal

Historic tower to house only condos in new proposal

| April 26, 2018 | 0 Comments

The CIM Group development at and around the former Farmers Insurance building will be entirely residential, according to the latest information learned by the Larchmont Chronicle. The biggest evolution in what CIM Group now proposes is for two floors of the historic former Farmers office space, that previously were planned to stay as offices, to […]

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Preservationists eye CBS’ Television City’s future

Preservationists eye CBS’ Television City’s future

| December 28, 2017 | 0 Comments

Can the CBS lot be saved? The Los Angeles Conservancy recently submitted a nomination to designate the storied CBS Television City complex as a city Historic-Cultural Monument (HCM). The move follows news that CBS Corporation may be interested in marketing the 25-acre property at Beverly and Fairfax. A possible sale has raised widespread concern over […]

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Five-term mayor Tom  Bradley’s 100th celebrated

Five-term mayor Tom Bradley’s 100th celebrated

| December 28, 2017 | 0 Comments

The Board of Trustees of the Los Angeles Community College District honored the life and contributions of the late Mayor Tom Bradley at a 100th birthday celebration at Los Angeles Trade Technical College in December. The Board of Trustees named a facility at the college in honor of Mayor Bradley. The five-term mayor is known […]

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Quigg files bankruptcy, leaving nine properties, $80+ million debt

Quigg files bankruptcy, leaving nine properties, $80+ million debt

| December 29, 2016 | 0 Comments

Nine entities associated with Canadian developer and recent Fremont Place and Windsor Square resident, Robert Quigg, have just filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection. That type of bankruptcy calls for the liquidation of all of the assets of the entity involved. Local residents became aware of the Canada native when he first came to town, […]

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