Chinese developers see gold in Downtown Los Angeles

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(courtesy Gensler/ Shenzhen-Hazens)

It’s a good time to be a Chinese developer in Downtown Los Angeles. Beijing-based Oceanwide and Shanghai-based Greenland are already building two of the largest projects in the city: Fig Central and Metropolis. Now according to LA Downtown News, Shenzhen-based Shenzhen-Hazens has announced plans to build a $700 million, Gensler-designed project on Figueroa street across from LA Live.

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“Walk For The Dead” Urges Pedestrian Improvements in Los Angeles’ Highland Park

Protesters gather outside councilman Gil Cedillo's office in Highland Park. (NELA Art Gallery Night)

Young protesters gather outside councilman Gilbert Cedillo’s office in Highland Park. (NELA Art Gallery Night)

While Los Angeles implements plans for new bike lanes and other pedestrian improvements along its streets, there is still plenty of work to do. As part of that struggle, Highland Park residents and local activists this week staged the “Walk For The Dead,” along North Figueroa Street, wearing Day of the Dead makeup and costumes as a reminder of the pedestrians and bikers who have been killed by cars on the thoroughfare.

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