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One Santa Fe Heads to Planning Commission

The Downtown News's Anna Scott checks in with controversial One Santa Fe project, which heads to the L.A. Planning Commission this week. The latest alterations to the proposal: more street trees; two vertical gardens; "22 feet of common live-work space in place of ground-level parking between First and Third streets; and a 5,000-square-foot, ground-floor community center that would be leased to the Los Angeles Downtown Arts District organization and the Los Angeles River Artists and Business Association for $1 a year," according to the paper. Yup, it's still disliked by a group of local artists, who state that an environmental impact study was never done on the land; the group plans to lobby city officials to reject the development. (Rendering via Downtown News.)
· Major Arts District Project Faces City Test [Downtown News]
· One Santa Fe: Developer Weighs In [Curbed LA]
· Artists Organizing Against One Santa Fe [Curbed LA]