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In late September, UCLA broke ground on a $120 million expansion of the David Geffen School of Medicine at the corner of Le Conte and Tiverton.  The Teaching and Learning Center for Health Sciences, which the administration gleefully refers to as TLC, will stand six-stories and span 110,000 square feet.  The project was paid for using a combination of cash reserves and philanthropic donations.  TLC will allow UCLA to consolidate a significant portion of the medical school's classroom space, which is currently spread between 11 different buildings.  It also includes teaching labs, study space, administrative offices and a clinical skills center.  The Skidmore, Owings and Merrill designed project is expected to wrap up in 2016.

 

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Six-Story Mixed-Use Building Slated for Lincoln Boulevard

Local developer plans residential-retail complex in Venice.
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Local developer Wiseman Residential will try its hands at a mixed-use apartment building in Venice, according to a filing earlier today with the City of Los Angeles.

The proposed development, which would replace an auto body repair shop at 1808-1816 S.