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A series of small commercial structures near the Los Angeles-Beverly Hills border could make way for a medical office building.

According to plans filed yesterday with the City of Los Angeles, the buildings at 650-676 S. San Vicente Boulevard are to be demolished and replaced with an 11-story tower, featuring more than 145,000 square feet of medical offices above ground floor-commercial space and subterranenan parking.

The approximately .76-acre property sits three blocks east of the intersection of Wilshire and La Cienega Boulevards, were a new subway station is under construction as part of the Purple Line extension.

Farther north near the Beverly Center, developer Rick Caruso is planning a 16-story apartment tower at 333 La Cienega Boulevard.

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Western Avenue Great Streets Project Expands in Scope

An extra $200,000 could pay for more items from a community wish list.
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The people-friendly makeover imagined for Western Avenue through Mayor Eric Garcetti's Great Streets Initiative could be getting a little bit grander in scope.

The project, dubbed "Welcome to Western," is intended to bring commercial facade improvements, new street trees, and public art installations to Western Avenue between 3rd Street in the south and Melrose Avenue in the north.  LA Más, the non