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600 Spring's Pedestal Living May Be Crampy

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Via Blogdowntown
Blogdowntown reports on Barry Shy's 600 Spring project, noting that the developer has efficiently managed to transform the pedestal of the building into apartments and retail spaces (the holes were a sign something was coming). Via the blog:

"Nine live-work units have been installed into the base of the building. Four open onto 6th street, four onto the alley behind the building and one opens onto Spring. In an effort to cram as many units as possible into the structure, the units have been shoehorned beneath a second floor that's barely eight feet off the sidewalk. The colossal scale of the pedestal makes the doorways feel like they were perhaps designed for dwarfs." · SB Tower Reveals a Head-Scratcher of a Ground Floor [Blogdowntown]
· 600 Spring archives [Curbed LA]