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CurbedWire: Felix the Cat Vote

LOS ANGELES: Today, City Council's Planning and Land Use Management Committee voted on whether to declare the Felix Chevrolet showroom a landmark. No word what happened--did the cat and his nine lives make it? [Downtown News]

BEVERLY HILLS: Los Angeles magazine's Mark Lacter profiles the latest swanky developments going up and discovers that the largest unit at Beverly Hills Montage may very well sell for $5,000 a square foot, or $30 million--or even more given the insane wealth in LA (FYI: our city has 33 billionaires, according to the mag, which cites Forbes). [Los Angeles, article not yet online]

GLASSELL PARK: Curious about the reaction to Verdugo, a new bar in Glassell Park, aka "a watering hole since way back in the 1930s, the cozy but uncramped spot features original art deco appointments, vaulted ceilings, and welcoming atmo that even you can’t refuse," writes Daily Candy. [Daily Candy]