Tag: CBS Television City

David Ryu’s tenure has been a boon for preservation in CD4

David Ryu’s tenure has been a boon for preservation in CD4

| October 28, 2020 | 2 Comments

In last month’s edition, this paper went on record supporting the election of City Councilmember David Ryu to serve a second term. While Ryu has been reported upon in this paper for his work on an array of issues including homelessness, affordable housing, crime, etc., I decided to do a survey of his record on […]

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McAvoy on Preservation: Crossroads of the World  — is at a crossroad

McAvoy on Preservation: Crossroads of the World — is at a crossroad

| May 31, 2018 | 0 Comments

“Negotiation.” “Compromise.” “Community benefit.” “Shared values.” Words (and the attitudes and values they represent) matter. Historic preservation has always been a field in which these concepts have been employed. When precious real estate is at stake, and there is profit to be made, people in these conversations need to be mindful of what these words […]

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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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