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CurbedWire: Olympic Palace Getting Glassed, Havenhurst Park Ribbon-Cutting

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KOREATOWN: Olympic Palace, it's been so long. You've grown up so quickly and now you have a wee bit of glass shining through all that scaffolding and construction what-nots. Are you still on track, still going to be a 25-unit development? Developer NBGI Homes is behind the project and one of their staffers assures us that yes, this project at 3429 W. Olympic is doing just fine. Banish the thought that anything might be delayed in this market. And the full rendering can be seen here. [Curbed Staff]

WEST HOLLYWOOD: It may have opened in November, but the 6,000 square foot Havenhurst Park is having its official ribbon cutting and dedication on Saturday at 10 a.m. The not terribly well-reviewed park (at least by Curbed commenters) is attached to Richard Loring's Habitat on the Park condo project. “West Hollywood is a very dense community with little space to increase park land, requiring that we be especially innovative in our efforts," said WeHo mayor Jeffrey Prang in a press release. "Here, we've expanded green space and brought this beautiful park into the neighborhood." As reported previously, WeHo will get another baby park outside another Loring project—the Lorcan O'Herlihy-designed Habitat on Formosa project at 1140 Formosa. Both parks were designed by landscape architect Katie Spitz. [Curbed Inbox]