The three-year overhaul of Los Angeles State Historic Park finally came to a close this weekend, with a grand opening ceremony featuring Governor Jerry Brown, Mayor Eric Garcetti and various other state and local elected officials.

The $20-million project was built out over three years, and now represents the original vision for 32-acre expanse that was envisioned as a Central Park for Downtown Los Angeles.

Take a photo tour through the park below.

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More Renderings for Santa Monica Office Complex

Three-story building to rise near the Expo Line's 17th Street/Santa Monica College Station.

Earlier this month, the Santa Monica Architectural Review Board took a look at the Colorado & Euclid development, a proposed mixed-use office building near the Expo Line's 17th Stree/Santa Monica Station.

Slated for the northwest corner of Colorado Avenue and Euclid Street, the propsoed development would repla