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Movie Nights at Sunset Triangle, Talking DTLA Development

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SILVER LAKE: Sunset Triangle Plaza, a pedestrian zone that took over a short stretch of Griffith Park Boulevard in March, continues to pay dividends. The Silver Lake Picture Show will bring free movie nights to the spot every other Wednesday during the summer--the inaugural season's offerings are all LA-centric films, with Who Framed Roger Rabbit? kicking it all off on July 11. [Curbed Staff]

DOWNTOWN: If you just can't get enough DTLA development, there's a Central City Association-sponsored discussion on the subject, entitled "There's No Place Like Home--Downtown LA's Housing Rebound," Thursday at the Hope Street Sheraton. Get there at noon to hear people like Yuval Bar-Zemer of development company Linear-City; Richard Green, chair of the USC Lusk Center for Real Estate; and East West Bank commercial real estate executive Deborah Beveridge "offer insights into the current state of Downtown housing market and the future of the Downtown housing rebound." Info here. [Curbed Inbox]

Sunset Triangle Plaza

Griffith Park Blvd. & Edgecliffe Dr., Los Angeles, CA