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Week In Review: Glencoe Ghost, Downtown Tower, Dan Returns, No Home Depot, Andaz Opening, Pricey Bel Air Plot

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MARINA DEL REY: It's a ghost building. An 100-unit building at 4080 Glencoe Avenue in the Marina Arts District is back at the bank and up for sale.

DOWNTOWN: Documents relating to that 43-story mixed use building designed by New York-based architect Daniel Libeskind hit the city's planning department web site. To get to know Mr. Libeskind, we rounded up some of his greatest hits.

CARTHAY CIRCLE
: Wrapped in plastic, Dan the Miner was delivered back to his rock. According to the Times, he should be fully restored very very soon.

SUNLAND-TUJUNGA: You'll have to go elsewhere to search for your new tool belt, Sunlanders. Home Depot backed down from its plans for a store.

WEST HOLLYWOOD: The Riot Hyatt is reborn--but with its famous balconies shaved off. West Hollywood's Andaz was scheduled to open this week.

BEL AIR: If you've got $65 million, then eight acres at 11101 Chalon Road in Bel-Air is waiting for you. But if you like trees, wildlife, or any sign of life, this plot probably isn't for you.