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After more than three years of construction, G.H. Palmer Associates is nearing the finish line at the two-building Broadway Palace development in Downtown Los Angeles.

The mixed-use project, located at opposite corners of Broadway and Olympic Boulevard, features a combined 686 apartments and more than 50,000 square feet of retail.

Oakes Architects designed the buildings, which was shaped in large part by the City's Broadway design guide, which seeks to maintain the corridor's mid-rise street wall and historic architecture.  Consequently, the project features buildings up to 10 stories in height with a faux brick facade, making it a departure from the Italian Renaissance-inspired apartments that Palmer has developed along the Harbor Freeway.

For a closer inspection, see the pictures below by architecture photographer Hunter Kerhart.

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Construction is expected to begin in spring 2019.
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Yesterday, the Los Angeles Philharmonic unveiled architectural designs by Gehry Partners for the new Judity and Thomas L. Beckmen YOLA Center @ Inglewood, the future permanent home of the Youth Orchestra Los Angeles (YOLA). The $14.5-million project will transform a former branch of Security Pacific Bank at 101 S. La Brea Avenue into a light-filled, flexible facility capable of hosting rehearsals, classes, and performances.  It will serve up to 500 students each year from Inglewood and surrounding communities.