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Old February 1st, 2020, 11:55 PM   #641
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So you're judging a city by it's downtown which is stupid, the city is healthy and DTLA will grow over time, also judging by how much sprawl LA has it will inherently be a late bloomer in the skyscraper game, there's just too much development spread out over 200 square miles, no real need to build vertical just yet, it's getting close though.
They're doing it in San Jose: mostly downtown focused vertical growth.
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There are lights in all three structures now. Look to be elevator shaft lights perhaps? Can see them as tall as the buildings themselves from as far back as the 105 fwy. So something is going on. You just can't see it.
Probably inspecting the building for sale is likely.
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They're doing it in San Jose: mostly downtown focused vertical growth.
San Jose doesn't have a single skyscraper I can recall, only mid-rise and high-rise. It too is a late bloomer.
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San Jose doesn't have a single skyscraper I can recall, only mid-rise and high-rise. It too is a late bloomer.
Still doing great job of booming its downtown core. L.A hasn't done that. Lots of mid to high rises going up downtown now, and that's before Google moving downtown and doubling its size.
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https://onemileatatime.com/hyatt-ope...tels-americas/

This Article points out that Park Hyatt plans to open next year at Oceanwide Plaza. So maybe interior work has been ongoing very quietly.
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