Over the weekend, Transit Coalition forumer Rubbertoe snapped a few pictures of construction work on the Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center, otherwise known as ARTIC.  The $180 million station is situated within Anaheim's Platinum Triangle, with easy access to the Honda Center, Disneyland, Angel Stadium and the Anaheim Convention Center.  The  Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum designed project will link multiple OCTA bus lines and the future Anaheim Streetcar with Metrolink and Amtrak train service.  ARTIC is also planned to serve as the southern terminus for Phase 1 of California High Speed Rail, providing one seat rides to Los Angeles Union Station and San Francisco's Transbay Terminal.  The first phase of CAHSR is scheduled to open in 2029, assuming that cost overruns and legal hurdles don't derail the project.  Of course, that's a big assumption given the current political landscape.  In the meantime, check out the construction camera tracking ARTIC's progress.  The station is scheduled to open late in 2014.


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Art Deco Revival Reveals Itself on Wilshire Boulevard

The Mansfield will feature 138 apartments and ground-floor retail space.

The wrapping has come off at the Mansfield, Korda Group's Art Deco-inspired mixed-use development on the Miracle Mile.

The project, located on a 1.45-acre site at 5100 Wilshire Boulevard, consists of a seven-story building that will contain 138 rental apartments, 13,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space, and 299 parking spaces.