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Motivated by the economic, political and cultural forces present throughout the 1990s, the City of Los Angeles was determined to create change in downtown LA. Their goal was to spur growth of the downtown area, with an emphasis on transforming it from a business district into a thriving community with life bustling at every corner.

Both private and public investment and support began with the development of several major entertainment and cultural venues including the STAPLES Center, the Los Angeles Cathedral and Disney Concert Hall. In addition, the City passed an adaptive reuse ordinance which made it easier for developers to convert functionally obsolescent commercial buildings to residential use, facilitating a surge in the residential population and an expanded live-work-play environment.

Motivated by the economic, political and cultural forces present throughout the 1990s, the City of Los Angeles was determined to create change in downtown LA. Their goal was to spur growth of the downtown area, with an emphasis on transforming it from a business district into a thriving community with life bustling at every corner.

Both private and public investment and support began with the development of several major entertainment and cultural venues including the STAPLES Center, the Los Angeles Cathedral and Disney Concert Hall. In addition, the City passed an adaptive reuse ordinance which made it easier for developers to convert functionally obsolescent commercial buildings to residential use, facilitating a surge in the residential population and an expanded live-work-play environment.

 

Motivated by the economic, political and cultural forces present throughout the 1990s, the City of Los Angeles was determined to create change in downtown LA. Their goal was to spur growth of the downtown area, with an emphasis on transforming it from a business district into a thriving community with life bustling at every corner.

Both private and public investment and support began with the development of several major entertainment and cultural venues including the STAPLES Center, the Los Angeles Cathedral and Disney Concert Hall. In addition, the City passed an adaptive reuse ordinance which made it easier for developers to convert functionally obsolescent commercial buildings to residential use, facilitating a surge in the residential population and an expanded live-work-play environment.

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