Throwback Thursday Archive

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Throwback Thursday: Downtown's Skyline Grows Over Five Decades
The passing of 58 years has left DTLA unrecognizable.
By Steven Sharp
Throwback Thursday: 825 South Hill Makes its Presence Felt in DTLA
By Steven Sharp
Throwback Thursday: View from the City Hall Observation Deck
By Steven Sharp
Throwback Thursday: One Year of Progress for DTLA's Newest Towers
By Steven Sharp
Throwback Thursday: South Park's Burgeoning Skyline
By Steven Sharp
Throwback Thursday: DTLA's Skyline Expands
By Steven Sharp
Throwback Thursday: Broadway's Parmalee Building Cleans Up Nicely
By Steven Sharp
Throwback Thursday: DTLA Skyline Overlooking the Harbor Freeway
By Steven Sharp
Throwback Thursday: Grand Avenue's Street Wall Fills Out
By Steven Sharp
Throwback Thursday: Clifton's Illuminates Broadway
By Steven Sharp
Throwback Thursday: Metropolis Fills in the DTLA Skyline
By Steven Sharp
Throwback Thursday: Figueroa Corridor Transforms Over 17 Years
By Steven Sharp
Throwback Thursday: Three Years of Progress at Metropolis
By Steven Sharp
Throwback Thursday: The Wilshire Grand Fills in the DTLA Skyline
By Steven Sharp
Throwback Thursday: the Vibiana Lofts
By Steven Sharp
Throwback Thursday: Olympic Boulevard's Low-Rise Building Spree
By Steven Sharp
Throwback Thursday: Look Inside DTLA's Federal Courthouse
By Steven Sharp
Throwback Thursday: 801 Olive Street
By Steven Sharp
Throwback Thursday: DTLA's Federal Courthouse
By Steven Sharp
Throwback Thursday: More DTLA Skyline Action
By Chris Loos
Throwback Thursday: LEVEL Furnished Living DTLA
By Steven Sharp