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Lawsuit Done, Downtown's Herald Examiner Building Goes Forward

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And the Herald Examiner building is going forward, following the City Council's decision to uphold the rejection of two appeals brought by Conquest Student Housing. According to the Downtown News, the $350 million development at 11th and Broadway building is "expected to include 40,000 square feet of office space, 20,000 square feet of retail and a 10,000-square-foot health club...it will also feature a new 24-story, 268-unit residential tower on the former press building site on Hill Street, plus a 37-story, 319-unit high rise at 120 W. 12th St." Lotta units coming! As previously reported, architect Brenda Levin is doing restoration, while Thom Mayne is designing the towers. Meanwhile, the USC/Urban Partners, Al Queda -referenced lawsuit against Conquest Student Housing continues. [Photo via you-are-here.com]
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