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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 17 September 2012

September 17, 2012 Downtown News 17 an outdoor basketball court and a children’s play area. The building is slated to secure LEED ( Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification. Construction is mostly complete and the organization plans to move to the new edifice in November. In August, the facility’s name was changed to the Hope Street Margolis Family Center in honor of a $ 2.5 million gift from the Robert and Lisa Margolis Family Foundation. At chmcla. org. Projects Continued from page 15 OPENED IN THE Move-ins began in June at the Brockman Lofts, two months after Denver-based Simpson Property Group completed its $ 38.75 million purchase of the 80-apartment edifice at 530 W. Seventh St. The project was planned as a $ 17 million condominium complex in 2005, but stalled when the price increased and the original developer went bankrupt. Apartments start at $ 2,200 and go up to $ 10,000 for a penthouse. They range from 802-2,279 square feet. Amenities include 24-hour v...

Publication Title: La Downtown News
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 17 September 2012

September 17, 2012 18 Downtown News thus creating successful projects. Leaving a Legacy MDM becomes an invaluable partner to its clients throughout the planning cost analysis as well as project controls in order to bring every job to a successful completion. Some of the pre-construction services include budgeting, scheduling, value management and planning. MDM Builders Makes Its Mark on Downtown Development By the time construction commences, the staff at MDM Builders Group is fully invested in every aspect of the project and provides clients with continual support. Each project manager walks their client through every step, caring for the project as if it was their own. M DM Builders is a family-owned business that offers a full range of services from pre-construction to construction completion, and serves both in- that offer unsurpassed services. This enables the company to provide exceptional and dedicated client services for some of the most complex projects. Each project is app...

Publication Title: La Downtown News
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 17 September 2012

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Publication Title: La Downtown News
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 17 September 2012

September 17, 2012 20 Downtown News Cultural Connection At the Center The Towers Deliver a Rich Downtown Experience Of it All D owntown Los Angeles: Here, the living experience goes unmatched anywhere in the West. It’s a lifestyle richly embellished with art, music and the cultural events that make headlines. Downtown breeds success, Promenade Towers’ individual design includes apartments with balconies, contemporary solariums and angular rooms as exciting as the property’s unique exterior Gas Company Lofts Offers a Home in the styling. Grand Tower’s sensuous granite exterior distinguishes this landmark development as the address that reflects success. The 24-hour manned lobby provides impressive passage to spacious apartment homes with balconies and a rooftop pool, spa and fitness center with beautiful mountain and city views. Adjacent to the renowned California Plaza, entertainment can be found virtually at your doorstep. Heart Of South Village housing prominent firms in impressiv...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 17 September 2012

September 17, 2012 Downtown News 21 A Commuter’s Dream Explore the New Lofts and Live/ Work Collection at Raymond Renaissance muters. Easily catch the Metro Gold Line to Downtown Los Angeles, or hop on the 210, 134, 710 or 110 freeways. idential building. Its brick and stone façade, copper detailed roof, and street level granite wainscoting salute the stately era in which buildings echoed their community’s pride and sense of worth. The building is comprised of three ground floor retail spaces that front Raymond Avenue and Holly Street. Raymond Renaissance is comprised of two gracious buildings: the former Raymond Theater, and a new residential building to the south. The interior of the Raymond Theater has been tastefully transformed into stylish retail spaces, lofts and live/ work units that feature ceiling heights ranging between 11 feet and two stories. The historic auditorium’s interior walls and ceiling have been renovated and restored to their original beauty. The addition of 1...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 17 September 2012

September 17, 2012 22 Downtown News Join a Professional Community at A Retirement Oasis TENTEN Wilshire The Only Place Where Living, Working and Playing Is Just a Suitcase Away Hollenbeck Palms Offers Residential T ENTEN Wilshire is the ideal place for business-minded individuals to live, work and play. Perfect for high tech, start-ups, entrepreneurs, entertainment, fashion, legal, finance, consulting, mum cooling and heating. TENTEN Wilshire received the award for“ Best Rooftop in Downtown Los Angeles.” Inspired by luxury resorts, the world-class rooftop features a full gym, pool, Jacuzzi, sauna and steam rooms, locker rooms, a movie/ screening room, lounge, fire pits, barbecue areas, sundecks, custom outdoor billiard and foosball tables, all while being surrounded by endless panoramic views. A great venue for the complimentary happy hour five days a week, ideal for meeting people and networking, it is easy to see why TENTEN Wilshire is the complete lifestyle solution business prof...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 17 September 2012

September 17, 2012 Downtown News 23 In the Heart of the City Continued from previous page shopping n Free parking n Free laundry facilities and service n Activity programs including trips and special events n Emergency-call system in each apartment n Professional security personnel and gated perimeter n Check writing/ cashing services n U. S. Postal Services The Ritz-Carlton Residences at L. A. Live Beckon Discerning Buyers The Assisted Residential Living Program ( ARL) provides services to residents in their apartments. Trained ARL nurses assist with the activities of daily living while residents enjoy the continuity of living in their own familiar surroundings. Hollenbeck Palms’ Skilled Nursing offers 24-hour care and is Joint Commission accredited. Prospective residents, their families and friends are encouraged to schedule a tour and complimentary lunch. Hollenbeck Palms is at 573 S. Boyle Ave. For more information call ( 323) 263-6195. T he 224 luxury homes of The Ritz-Carlton ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 17 September 2012

September 17, 2012 24 Downtown News The project has twice lost out on bids for federal funds. Proponents say approval of the tax will make it easier to obtain federal money. Streetcar Local Opposition Continued from page 1 While the project has strong backing from some property owners, even those who can’t cast ballots, not everyone supports the process. The plan has generated opposition from some landholders who maintain that they deserve a vote if — inhabitants of apartments and condominiums get to vote, but landowners whose home addresses are outside the area do not. Voters will have until Dec. 3 to mail ballots to the City Clerk. The project needs the approval of two-thirds of those they will pay. who vote. “The promoters of the streetcar are going to residents because they have a better chance of passing it than if they were to go to the property owners,” said Greg Martin, vice president of Downtown Management, a company led by Australian businessman Joseph Hellen. If it passes...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 17 September 2012

September 17, 2012 Downtown News 25 Bridge Designers Dream Big factor. The firm’s vision includes a series of 10 arches that echo and multiply the two arches on the current bridge. The design is the only one of the three that would eliminate an existing support pylon that juts out of the middle of the river. City Shows Off Finalists for Replacement of the Sixth Street Viaduct AECOM’s design hinges on a series of towers that are capped with golden sculptures meant to convey angels. The bridge would be supported by a cable system. by Ryan Vaillancourt MacAdams is one of nine people selected by Huizar and Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa to serve on a project design advisory committee. The group will consider all three proposals and submit a recommendation to the Bureau of Engineering, which has the final call. A selection is expected in October, said City Engineer Gary Lee Moore. The proposal from Parsons Brinckerhoff, which also calls for a cable-supported structure, imagines a bridge with...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 17 September 2012

September 17, 2012 26 Downtown News Millepied W % _ \ ff" Continued from page 1 record in growing a world-class company. Not that others haven’t tried. The Joffrey Ballet, one of the most recognized names in dance, took up residence at the Music Center in the 1980s, only to falter without a groundswell of audience or philanthropic support. The Los Angeles Ballet formed in 2006 and is growing, but the Culver City-based troupe is still widely unknown and its schedule is sparse. '1 s % Many hope, and some actually believe, that Millepied has the right mix of pedigree, name recognition and fundraising savvy to build a company that can fill theater seats, generate sustained audience interest and, finally, put Los Angeles on the dance map. 5 Although his dancers have yet to take the stage, Millepied too is already thinking long term. “I definitely hope to be creating a lasting institution,” he says in a soft French accent. “I wouldn’t be doing it otherwise.” Local Fascination On a Wednesd...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 17 September 2012

September 17, 2012 Downtown News 27 scene. Michael Ritchie, artistic director of the Center Theatre Group, moved from New York to Los Angeles in 2004 to take the job. Why there wasn’t a resident concert dance institution was“ one of the first questions I asked when I got here,” he said. world premiere in the Downtown shows ( also on the bill are Cunningham’s 1964 “Winterbranch” and William Forsythe’s 1993“ Quintett”). Art consultant Matthieu Humery, producer Charles Fabius and film producer Dimitri Chamblas round out the team. $w fl 5 & LviiJ'O r» ■ •»:>'- ; iV •',%!* j ■^8^1 “This is a creative capital of the world and dance is one of those creative endeavors that I hope would have a prominent place here,” Ritchie said.“ There are kids living in this city that could be the next generation of great dance artists that, if they’re not exposed to it, they’ll be a loss to them and to another generation of patrons and dance admirers. Although the company’s debut is...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 17 September 2012

September 17, 2012 28 Downtown News get hot-headed because I’m hearing it once a day right now. It’s stupid.” perimental side may likewise mean that it will never be that typical ballet institution anchored by Balanchine and the form’s war- Two weeks before the Disney Hall shows, the dancers for the program are announced. Millepied is not among them. Millepied Then there’s the fact that, while Los Angeles may lack an iconic resident dance company, it has a healthy tradition of the experimental, multimedia and site-specific work that the L. A. Dance Project promises to explore. Since 1987, Heidi Duckler Dance Theater ( formerly Collage Dance Theater) has won acclaim for its works in odd places, from a laundromat to a vacant penthouse in a Financial District high-rise. In the past decade, companies such as Regina Klenjoski Dance Company out of Long Beach and Rosanna Gamson/ World Wide have established themselves as serious contemporary horses. His future as a concert dancer is uncerta...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 17 September 2012

September 17, 2012 Downtown News 29 Leon by RichaRd Guzmán W hat do you get when you mix more than 100 comedians, three small venues and one Downtown “I love Downtown. There’s a lot of really great things going on here so it’s sort of the perfect place to do it,” she said.“ I didn’t want to use big 1,000-seat theaters. This is about Listings Pepitone will be busy the entire weekend. The veteran comedian who has appeared numerous times on“ Late Night With Conan O’Brien” will take part in three shows, including a stand-up headlining performance on Friday at 10: 15 p. m. at The Smell. “It’s going to be a rageinduced rant against myself and society, equally against myself and society,” he carefully noted. The next night, also at 10: 15 p. m., the Downtown Independent will screen a documentary about Pepitone, The Bitter Buddha . He will close out the festival as part of the Patton Oswalt show. Pepitone likes that the festival is not just focused on traditional stand-up. The range, he sai...

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

September 17, 2012 30 Downtown News A Close and Sometimes Disturbing ‘ Encounter’ Dance-Heavy East West Players’ Show Looks at a Military Past by Jeff Favre her to provide names and locations of the survival movement. On closer inspection, though, the soldiers hold similar desires and needs as the peasants — only they are required to follow the lead of the general. contributing writer T he story and movement may not be familiar to most audiences, but the emotions evoked by the Navarasa Dance Theater — love, camaraderie, loss and anguish The few moments of humor and tenderness with the indigenous people are shrouded by a dark cloud because part of the ending has already been shared. Still, Sindhoor’s understated yet honest portrayal allows the tragic events to resonate strongly. She holds back her strongest emotions until an explosive climax. — are universal. Those are only a few of the feelings expressed throughout Encounter , which the company has brought to Little Tokyo’s East Wes...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 17 September 2012

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 17 September 2012

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 17 September 2012

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 17 September 2012

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 17 September 2012

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 17 September 2012

September 17, 2012 36 Downtown News Everything Is Illuminated Autumn Lights Festival Brightens Up Pershing Square by Jon Regardie Los Angeles Downtown News : How did Autumn Lights start? Lilli Muller : It started in 2005 at the Caltrans plaza. People from the Gallery Row organization called me up and said, “They are giving us the plaza to do an art show. Do you want to do it?” I said,“ Heck yeah, I’ll do it.” executive editor O ver the decades, Pershing Square has been home to political meetings, big concerts and plenty of protests. On the night of Saturday, Sept. 22, it will be filled with something else: light. We did a daylight show in the gallery gardens on a weekend. When it was getting dark, it was cool with all the neon in the building. I was thinking of all the people doing light art and said let’s do that, because a lot of these artists don’t get any play. The park in the Financial District is home to Autumn Lights L. A., an annual event orchestrated by Downtown arts fixtur...

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