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  • Arts District Gets New Mixed-Use Community, Big on Outdoor Experience

    One of the largest new mixed-use complexes in downtown L.A. is set to spruce up the city’s Arts District with construction now officially on at the 905 East Second Street site. Developed by a joint venture between Lowe Enterprises, Megatoys and institutional investors advised by J.P. Morgan Asset Management, the building will replace two vacant warehouses at the address, currently being demolished.

    Los Angeles 27 September 2013 18:26

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