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Last Month on Flickr: December

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Each month I highlight a few construction images taken around Downtown Los Angeles. I pull these directly from my Flickr where there are many more.

‘The Sky’s The Limit’ : A Peek at Level Los Angeles

December 15, 2015 Uncategorized

My images of the newly opened Level Los Angeles by Onni Group were recently featured in LA Confidential magazine. This fully-furnished project is the first of its kind for Downtown Los Angeles, and the overall design is truly stunning. Each and every…

Welcome to the Historic Core

November 25, 2015 Downtown Los Angeles

The Historic Core has seen some incredible changes over the last decade, and continues to become more revitalized with each passing year thanks to The Historic Core Business Improvement District. Check out the HCBID's latest video to see some of the…

’12 Instagrammers Crushing It In LA Right Now’

November 19, 2015 Uncategorized
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Thanks for the feature Matador Network! (more…)

13 Projects, 19 Cranes, 1 Mega Photo

September 24, 2015 Development
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My friends at Urbanize LA put together a list of all the Downtown Los Angeles projects that appear in this 126-Megapixel panorama I recently shot. Click through to their post for the ability to zoom in and examine the details for…

The Bloc Tour with Urbanize LA

September 5, 2015 Development, Downtown Los Angeles
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Another week, another exciting tour of a Downtown Los Angeles property with Urbanize LA. The Bloc is aiming to bring one of the biggest retail booms in recent DTLA history, and although their progress has been slow and steady, it…

Wilshire Grand Construction Tour

July 15, 2015 Development
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Recently I was granted the privilege to climb the Wilshire Grand Tower in Downtown Los Angeles, arguably the hottest construction project on the west coast.  (more…)

Norms La Cienega

March 3, 2015 Historic
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I enjoy helping organizations like the Los Angeles Conservancy and the Los Angeles Historic Theatre Foundation. Most people do not have the time to drive around places like Los Angeles looking at all our endangered or historic structures in person. (more…)