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Here's the New-Old Courtyard at DTLA's PacMutual Complex

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The historic, century-old PacMutual office/retail campus recently debuted its outdoor courtyard, which was created in the 1920s but covered up sometime after World War II with a one-story building. Now, with that stumpy building out—it housed a cell phone store, so don't shed too many tears—the outdoor area is now open for customers of the just-opened Le Pain Quotidien. A Tender Greens is also moving into the courtyard space, while the tallest planted vertical wall in the city opens on the Olive Street side this summer (other restaurants like Earth Bar are opening at the campus soon). Office interiors were also gutted and modernized and 56 new leases have been signed, according to the building's owner, pushing the occupancy rate above 90 percent.

· Here's Sixth Street's 1920s Courtyard, Uncovered For The First Time In Decades [Curbed LA]
· LA's Tallest Vertical Garden Headed to DTLA's PacMutual [Curbed LA]