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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 30 July 2012

July 30, 2012 Downtown News 5 LETTERS Jewelry District and the Fashion District. It will bring with it tremendous economic development, job creation and benefits to all of Downtown. A majority of Downtown’s commercial property owners have already weighed in to support the project – it’s now time for this newspaper to get on board. — Steve Needleman Downtown Property Owner and LASI Board Member right to vote on the issue. Originally, property owners were told that the streetcar would not move forward unless all affected property owners were given the opportunity to vote for it. Now, only local residents get to vote for the streetcar by a mail-in ballot. This type of voting process seems unfair and appears structured to get the measure passed because the promoters of the streetcar think they have a better chance of getting the measure passed by a handful of local residents rather than on the voice of the property owners who are largely responsible for the capital funding and the ongoi...

Publication Title: La Downtown News
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 30 July 2012

July 30, 2012 6 Downtown News In Bad Economy, Job Training Is Good Business Chrysalis Sees a Surge in Demand and Expands Its Main Street Space by Ryan Vaillancourt Since the end of 2008, Chrysalis, which also has offices in Santa Monica and Pacoima, has seen a 65% increase in client demand. The Downtown center saw an 80% jump. T hree years ago, with the economy reeling, one Main Street business was booming. Its trade? Job training. When the office of Chrysalis at 516 S. Main St. is jam-packed with clients, it’s not necessarily a good thing, and in 2009, the organization was positively overwhelmed by demand. staff writer “About two years ago we were just trying to figure out what we could to do to handle this,” said Mark Loranger, Chrysalis’ chief executive officer since 2009.“ We figured out how to do it from a client perspective. We got better at using volunteers and we were able to fund a couple extra staffers, but we had no place to put them.” Volunteers had nowhere to sit and wo...

Publication Title: La Downtown News
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 30 July 2012

July 30, 2012 Downtown News 7 Holding Court hasn’t lost a single game in two trips to L. A. Biggest Strength : Intensity and quickness “It’s gotten more and more competitive and the team we played in the finals last year was really, really physical,” Watson said.“ It was a battle.” David Osuna met his teammates through Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center in Downey, where they learned to play wheelchair basketball, an exciting, physical and difficult version of the sport. Nike 3 on 3 Tourney Champs Get Ready to Defend Their Titles Players must dribble the ball once for every two pushes on their wheels. Osuna and his teammates, who last year won as The Renegades but this year will compete as the Rollin’ Lakers, have been playing together for years. More than chemistry, Osuna said his team’s biggest strength is its intensity. Last year, the Renegades used their intensity to beat a team from Utah in the finals. by Ryan Vaillancourt staff writer T he Nike Basketball 3 on 3 t...

Publication Title: La Downtown News
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 30 July 2012

July 30, 2012 8 Downtown News Town Heard at Town Hall Los Angeles M ore than 5,600 people have spoken at Town Hall Los Angeles. They include past presidents, global leaders, business tycoons and visionaries. worthwhile traditions of our country while helping society to change for the better.” Colin Powell, 1990 of the police department.” Continued from page 1 Senator Dianne Feinstein, 2006 attendee and former speaker at Town Hall. “It allows the public to have an independent connection with leaders to talk about issues we all face.” “Each of us is confronted with a choice that will not only impact our future but the futures of our children and grandchildren. Do we continue with the ‘ business as usual’ attitude or do we make the changes necessary to prevent catastrophe?” “Superpower status imposes responsibilities on us. Our outlook must remain global and it must encompass the strong alliances that are critical to the future peace of the world.” Below are some memorable quotes from ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 30 July 2012

July 30, 2012 Downtown News 9 Los Angeles,” said Ninth District Councilwoman Jan Perry, another frequent Town Hall attendee.“ It indicates the desire of people to embrace new ideas, engage in public discourse and debate.” Real Estate The Town Hall events also include a question and answer segment when anyone in the audience can ask the speaker a direct question. Continued from page 1 million. They followed Century West Partners, who earlier this year bought an entitled site at 1340-1360 S. Figueroa St. for $ 16 million. A seven-story apartment complex is now under construction. Viktor Rzeteljski, chairman of the Town Hall board, said that aspect is one of the most important things about the organization, since it allows anyone to connect directly with important leaders. There are several entitled sites on the market, among them a plot at 11th Street and Grand Avenue owned by Amir Kalantari, and a handful of other parcels approved for major developments that have long been sitting id...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 30 July 2012

July 30, 2012 10 Downtown News 2012 Real Estate The Entitled List Continued from page 9 S ecuring government approvals to build can be lengthy and expensive, so real estate buyers with an eye toward development tend to prize land with entitlements in place. Most of the recent development activity in Downtown has involved land entitled before the economic downturn. In Downtown, there are several entitled parcels that have yet to be developed. Here is a partial list. That 80-unit Seventh Street project was nearly completed, then sat empty for three years before it fell victim to foreclosure. Simpson opened the building as apartments in June. Denver-based “As the large real estate companies are looking at how to deploy capital, they’re trying to go to areas that have growth potential and demonstrate revitalization or continued vital economics,” said Larry Miller, senior regional vice president of Simpson, which also owns the Security Lofts at Fifth and Spring streets.“ Downtown Los Ang...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 30 July 2012

July 30, 2012 Downtown News 11 Streetcar Route Reduced the streetcar, supporters of the effort acknowledge the practical reasons to shrink the route. “That part of the route was just economically not feasible,” said Steve Needleman, a LASI board member whose properties include the Orpheum Theater and the numerous Anjac Fashion Buildings.“ We have to start somewhere with the route that’s the most feasible, the most practical.” Funding Concerns Wipe Out Streetcar’s Proposed Bunker Hill Leg by RichaRd Guzmán tax district that was originally approved by the city in late June. This week’s vote would green-light a special election for a public vote on the tax. tributing to this with what can feasibly be built.” I f all goes as planned, when the Los Angeles Streetcar opens in a couple of years, riders will be able to catch it for a ride to several Downtown landmarks. Walt Disney Concert Hall, MOCA and the future Broad museum will not be among them. city editoR Metro, which is currently con...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 30 July 2012

July 30, 2012 12 Downtown News A fter a two-year construction period, civic leaders cut the ribbon on the $ 56 million Grand Park on July 26. The ceremony by the restored Arthur J. Will Memorial Fountain saw dance performances and suit-clad public officials, along with several children, wading into a new splash zone. The park is now half-open. Hill Illll . 11111 11111 111 a i lllll I I I 1 I lllll lllll lllll lllll lllll lllll I i I 1 • lllll lllll lllll lllll lllll lI'P &Mm.', ■91 mmtm K. ' ■'- iM "■ w 1 ■• I ""* f '"-;jj*j j» 1 if jsbm&Re I I \ ■ ■I ■ ■ m m pp m A. - ■ » nil II II ii ii IR ■a ii ii ii iiTUgrt IIII ll 11 iMFgj

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 30 July 2012

July 30, 2012 Downtown News 13 DOWNTOWN DOWNTOWN LIVING What’s in My Loft? Downtown Residents Talk About Four of Their Favorite Things by Phoebe Unterman, Photos by Gary Leonard Russell Brown, Spring Arcade Building R ussell Brown has a long history in Downtown. Ten years ago he left a Paul R. Williamsdesigned house in the Hollywood Hills for the community. He later was elected president of the Downtown Los Angeles Neighborhood Council and then took a job as executive director of the Historic Downtown Los Angeles Business Improvement District. These days he works as a medical equipment salesman. He landed at his current home last year: a 1,500-square-foot loft in the Spring Arcade Building, an 88-year-old edifice known for the retail arcade and glass ceiling between its two towers spanning from Broadway to Spring Street. 1.“ I have one cabinet that’s an early 19th century piece from Indonesia that used to be an old door to DOWNTOWN RESIDENTS! AUGUST 10th is DTLA Residents Day! You C...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 30 July 2012

July 30, 2012 14 Downtown News What’s in My Loft? a building, and another cabinet came from a villa in Seville, Spain from the 1800s,” Brown said.“ My house in the Hollywood Hills was Spanish and Moorish, so most of the furnishings here are from that house. But I had 3,500 square feet there, so I’ve had to pick my favorites.” up collecting. These bowls are from Mexico and they’re obsidian glass, but they’re really interesting because if you look at them, they’re sort of a mixture of Mayan and Aztec animals, and you can almost see a Native American influence as well. These other bowls are woven from old telephone wire. I end up collecting things from all over in my 2.“ These were old telephone banners from a Diego Rivera exhibit 10 or 15 years ago at LACMA,” Brown said of pieces that he affixed to the front of two large bookcases.“ I got them through one of my health clinics. I thought they were really interesting, the presence and the color and the scale of them. A lot of the stuff ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 30 July 2012

July 30, 2012 Downtown News 15 THE BROCKMAN relax. enjoy. live. The Brockman Lofts Now Leasing The building that shaped downtown a century ago is now home to a select number of spectacularly finished loft apartments. Residents have already begun to move in to these spacious lofts located above Bottega Louie in the epicenter of one of the city’s most dynamic neighborhoods. • A variety of loft floorplans available • Superb interior finishes • GE Appliances w/ Kohler fixtures • Rooftop lounges • 24 Hour Front Desk Attendant • On 7th Street’s“ Restaurant Row” • Easy access to the 110 Freeway • In-building garage parking and 24-hour valet Don’t miss your chance to be among the fortunate few to enjoy this new level of loft living. 530 W 7th Street LoS AngeLeS, CALiforniA 90014 p. 213.622.5005 • f. 213.622.1420 TheBrockmanLa. com

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 30 July 2012

July 30, 2012 16 Downtown News What’s in My Loft? Rabbi Moshe Greenwald, Haas Building S eventh Street’s Haas Building has 68 apartments, but one thing makes it unlike any other structure in Downtown: It also is home to the Jewish Community Center-Chabad of Downtown Los Angeles, the area’s first full-time synagogue in more than 50 years. Also part of the building is the temple’s leader, Rabbi Moshe Greenwald, who shares a 1,900-square-foot combination of two apartments with his wife, Rivky, and their three young children. Downtown residents for nearly five years, with plans to stay for life, the Greenwalds host guests from around the world and run programs and services for the local Jewish community. 1.“ The Jewish law is that we don’t mix meat and milk together,” Greenwald said.“ Most people will have a dairy side of the kitchen and a meat side of the kitchen. Because our loft is two apartments, we’re fortunate enough to have a dairy kitchen on one side and a meat kitchen on the ot...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 30 July 2012

July 30, 2012 Downtown News 17 Downtown, it’s not just big business anymore! It’s our business to make you comfortable... at home, downtown. Corporate and long term residency is accommodated in high style at the Towers Apartments. Contemporary singles, studio, one bedroom and two bedroom apartment homes provide fortunate residents with a courteous full service lobby attendant, heated pool, spa, complete fitness center, sauna and Call Now For Move-In Specia ls recreation room with kitchen. Beautiful views extend from the Towers’ lofty homes in the sky. Mountain vistas and slender skyscrapers provide an incredible back drop to complement your decor. Far below are a host of businesses ready to support your pampered downtown lifestyle. With spectacular cultural events nearby, even the most demanding tastes are satisfied. Downtown, it’s not just big business anymore. Visit the Towers Apartments today. because we host Shabbat dinners here for many, many guests. Virtually every Friday nigh...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 30 July 2012

July 30, 2012 18 Downtown News What’s in My Loft? Packard Lofts M ark Sanchez and Steven Perkins make their living as interior designers. While they have been in business together for 25 years, they readily admit that their 1,000-squre-foot South Park home is completely unlike what they design for clients. They settled in the Packard Lofts five years ago, drawn by loft living and a walkable neighborhood. When it comes to the look of their home, the former Beverly Hills residents said there is no overwhelming style. Instead, the space holds an amalgamation of the art- ! YOUR DOLLAR Goes A Long Way Starts Monday August 6th MARKET Looking for a lunchtime bargain? Grand Central Market has Downtown’s best selection of international cuisine, fruits, vegetables, and fish from California and around the world amazingly low prices! 30,000 Square Feet of Dining Room, Bedroom, Living Room, Accessories and Lighting. Feeding Los Angeles Since 1917 Open Seven Days a Week 9AM to 6PM 317 South Broad...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 30 July 2012

July 30, 2012 Downtown News 19 A La "' V inr^®" work and furniture they’ve collected over their more than two decades together. 1.“ We like the earthquake things because they resemble Pop art that was from the ’ 60s,” said Perkins, pointing to two X-shaped supports that buttress the corner loft’s outermost walls.“ That was another thing that attracted us to this apartment.” “We tell people we put them in,” added Sanchez. “That’s why we painted them red,” said Perkins,“ to make them look more like art.” B- Your chance to buy a Solair luxury condo! Hurry only 6 homes under $600K remaining! 2. One treasured artwork in their collection is“ The Alchemies,” a multi-colored series of simply drawn symbols.“ We bought these at the Brewery Art Complex where every year they have an open studio show,” Sanchez said.“ This artist was in there and we said, ‘ What are they?’ He said, ‘ They’re alchemies.’ I said as long as it doesn’t mean anything Satanic, we’ll take them. It was more expensive to ...

Publication Title: La Downtown News
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 30 July 2012

July 30, 2012 20 Downtown News THE DOWNTOWN LIVING GUIDE Where to Get Supermarket Staples, Dogs Groomed and Prescriptions Filled E ver wonder who will deliver a pizza at 10 p. m.? Where to board the dog when you’re heading out of town? How about a spot for a last-minute manicure? These are some of the questions a Downtowner resident asks, and this is the guide that answers them. Far East Supermarket 758 New High St., ( 213) 628-8708 Daily 8: 30 a. m.-7: 30 p. m. Fresh produce, meats and fish and Asian products. Fresh & Easy 1025 E. Adams Blvd., ( 213) 765-0918 or freshandeasy. com Daily 8 a. m.-10 p. m. GROCERIES Ai Hoa Supermarket 860 N. Hill St., ( 213) 629-8121 Daily 8: 30 a. m.-8 p. m Just a couple miles from South Park, this establishment offers an array of ready-made and microwaveable meals, in addition to an impressive produce display and supermarket staples. Enjoy the fresh bread. Pretty good prices too. This store in Chinatown has free parking and offers Asian s...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 30 July 2012

July 30, 2012 Downtown News 21 A Historic Core joint with local and organic produce, wines, cheese and a lineup of deli sandwiches. Woori Market 333 S. Alameda St., ( 213) 617-0030 Daily 8 a. m.-10 p. m. Organic produce, meats and Asian products in the fortresslike Little Tokyo Galleria. Free parking with validation. DRUG STORES/ PHARMACIES CVS 1050 W. Sunset Blvd., ( 213) 975-1200 or cvs. com Open 24 hours This well-stocked store offers a pharmacy, cosmetics and spirits. It also has plenty of parking. GNC 510 W. Sixth St., ( 213) 622-2078 Mon.-Fri. 9: 30 a. m.-7 p. m.; Sat. 10 a. m.-5 p. m. 700 S. Flower St., ( 213) 622-6931 Mon.-Fri. 8: 30 a. m.-8: 30 p. m.; Sat. 10 a. m.-7: 30 p. m.; Sun. 10 a. m.-6 p. m. If you need vitamins, or any excuse to be healthy, this is the place. Company Pitfire Pizza Rite-Aid 500 S. Broadway, ( 213) 623-5820 or riteaid. com Mon.-Sat. 7 a. m.-7 p. m.; Sun. 8 a. m.-7 p. m.; Pharmacy Mon.Fri. 7 a. m.-7 p. m.; Sat. 9 a. m.-6 p. m.; Sun. 10 a. m.-6 p. m. 6...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 30 July 2012

July 30, 2012 22 Downtown News Continued from previous page ads and sandwiches. Plus seasonal offerings. Parking is $ 2 at lot on 232 S. Main St. with validation. Pizzanista 2019 E. Seventh St., ( 213) 627-1430 Tues.-Fri. 12 p. m.-12 a. m.; Sat. 5 p. m.-12 a. m.; Sun. 5-10 p. m. Delivery is $ 2.50 with $ 20 minimum purchase at the Arts District joint. A former pro skateboarder might bring it to your door. Purgatory Pizza 1326 E. First St., ( 323) 262-5310 or eatpurgatorypizza. com Mon.-Fri. 11: 30 a. m.-11 p. m.; Sat.-Sun. noon-11 p. m. Rustic, handmade pizzas from a quirky crew. Dine in or they’ll deliver. Rocket Pizza 122 W. Fourth St., ( 213) 687-4992 or rocketpizzalounge. com Mon.-Wed. 11: 30 a. m.-midnight; Thurs.-Sat. 11: 30 a. m.1 a. m.; Sun. noon-10 p. m. Free delivery with $ 10 minimum purchase. Old Bank District Market Two Boots Pizza 826 S. Broadway, ( 213) 623-2100 or twoboots. com Mon.-Wed. 11: 30 a. m.-10 p. m.; Thur. 11: 30 a. m. – 12 a. m.; Fri. 11: 30 a. m. – 2: 30 ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 30 July 2012

July 30, 2012 Downtown News 23 SHOE REPAIR Shoe Care & Dry Cleaners 543B S. Olive St., ( 213) 624-3440 Mon.-Sat. 9 a. m.-5 p. m. Across from Pershing Square, two services in one. Nail and spa services, face treatments, lash extensions and nail art in both gel and acrylic. Validated parking on Second Street. Neihule 607 S. Olive St., ( 213) 623-4383 or neihule. com Mon. 10 a. m.-5 p. m.; Tues. 10 a. m.-6 p. m.; Wed.-Fri. 10 a. m.-8 p. m.; Sat. 9 a. m.-7 p. m. Shoe Wiz Instant Shoe Repair 514 W. Sixth St., ( 213) 688-9699 Mon.-Fri. 10 a. m.-7 p. m. Repairs on heels and boots, plus dye jobs, polishing and overnight work. A high-end, full-service salon across from Pershing Square decked out in mod white. Internet service. Neihule 2 512 W. Seventh St., ( 213) 627-5300 or neihule. com Mon. 10 a. m.-5 p. m.; Tues. 10 a. m.-6 p. m.; Wed.-Fri. 10 a. m.-9 p. m.; Sat. 9 a. m.-7 p. m.; Sun. 10 a. m.-4 p. m. A state-of-the-art nail spa with a tanning salon and blow-dry bar. SALONS/ S...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 30 July 2012

July 30, 2012 24 Downtown News Continued from previous page Dearden’s 700 S. Main St., ( 213) 362-9600 or deardens. com Weekdays 10: 30 a. m.-8 p. m.; weekends 10 a. m.-6 p. m. Established in 1910, this five-level store sells furniture, appliances and electronics. A a iS it# " J a H1JI W 11 Design Theory 327 E. Second St., Suite 222, ( 213) 745-8781 or design-theory. com Mon.-Fri. 9 a. m.-5 p. m.; Saturday by appointment only. Offers full-service interior design and a fine private showroom exhibiting over 350 furniture lines. -i • In I Squared 758 S. Spring St., ( 213) 817-1053 or isquaredhome. com Mon.-Fri. 11 a. m.-7 p. m.; Sat. 11 a. m.-6 p. m.; Sun. 11a. m.-5 p. m. r^f. « a Specializes in modern-chic furniture, unique décor items, and a wide selection of home accessories for adults, children, and even pets. Matteo 912 E. Third St., ( 213) 617-2813 or matteohome. com Mon.-Sat. 8 a. m.-5 p. m. Find fine bedding and linens in a minimalist Arts District ends 8 a. m.-8 p. m. Personal...

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