Downtown's Trinity Towers project (though there's only one tower by our count) is heading for a Planning Department hearing on May 21. Hey, by the time these get built the housing market should be just fine, right? What we know: The 18-story, 64-unit condominium building on the southeast corner of 8th and Garland has 144 parking spaces and is being designed by GDS Architects. The developer bills itself as "AEG Downtown," though that stands for American Eastern Group and not Anschutz Entertainment Group (the developers of nearby LA Live). Unsubstantiated rumor has it that AEG chairman Philip Anschutz's son is developing the Trinity Towers. Any clarification from the audience?
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