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Yesterday, the the General Services Administration granted a first look at Downtown's $350-million Federal Courthouse.

The 10-story structure, located at the corner of 1st Street and Broadway, features 24 courtrooms and 32 judicial chambers.  Tenants include several Federal agencies, including the U.S. District Court, the U.S. Marshals Services, the U.S. General Services Administration, the Federal Public Defender and the U.S. Attorney Office.

Architecture firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill designed the new courthouse to resemble a cube floating above a stone base.  Its serrated glass facade is oriented to maximize daylight harvesting and reduce glare.

The project also incorporates a number of sustainable design elements, with the goal of attaining LEED Platinum Certification.

Look below for a photo tour of the building, courtesy of Hunter Kerhart.

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Mixed-Use Complex Planned in Center City Anaheim

New development to replace parking garage.
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Later today, the Anaheim Planning Commission will consider a proposals to redevelop a parking structure at 350 W. Center Street Promenade with a mixed-use complex. The project, which comes from property owner LAB Holdings, calls for the construction of a six-story building featuring 57 apartments, 16,500 square feet of commercial and office space, and a new parking garage with 148 vehicle spaces.