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CurbedWire: Show Time In Glendale, Park Fifth Party

GLENDALE: This 1980s Chevy Chase Canyon Estates home designed by architect Dennis Ige went under the knife by make-over show "Design to Sell" and is now going to be part of an open house for the show this Sunday. Visitors can chime in about how they feel about the renovations. Have they changed the outside? "No," realtor Christiano Sampaio tells us. But the outside is the ugliest part! "No, it's just a bad photo. It's ok, it's a modern house." Alrighty then. [Curbed InBox]

DOWNTOWN: Even more parties for Park Fifth, that planned downtown development at Fifth and Olive that hit a slight pause late last year, but which is now reportedly on track. Via the Skyscraper forum, an invite for a Spring Reception being held this Thursday. [Skyscraper Forum]

You're invited to a spectacular SPRING RECEPTION at the exceptional model homes of Park Fifth. Come and experience the elevated lifestyle at downtown's premier residential address. Thursday, April 3 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. Park Fifth Sales Center, 555 W. Fifth Street, Lobby Level
Los Angeles, California
213-629-0000 (Entrance at 5th & Olive)

RSVP to Theresa Cushing

Parking available at 5th & Olive (Joe's lot)

Soaring to over 850 feet at the corner of Fifth and Olive Streets, brand-new Park Fifth brings a unique combination of urban sophistication and relaxed
California living to the vibrant city scene. The tallest luxury condominium high-rise ever built in Downtown Los Angeles, stunning Park Fifth overlooks the permanent open space of Pershing Square and includes 755 residences
of varying sizes, plus a five-star hotel to be operated by one of the
leading names in luxury hospitality.

World-class amenities include:
• exhilarating rooftop pools
• fully-equipped fitness centers
• fine dining
• lush gardens
• enormous balconies
• attentive concierge services
• convenient dog walk
• and more.

Prices begin in the $500,000s for homes of all sizes and reservations
are ongoing. For more information, visit [Skyscraper Page]