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Learning from Los Angeles – Now Available Online!

Reusing and retrofitting vacant and underused buildings, including more than 10 million square feet of vacant space in the urban core, can help Los Angeles grow more sustainably and meet changing market demands for new uses such as creative office space or housing.  A new Preservation Green Lab report, Learning from Los Angeles, marks the first in a research series to analyze demolition and development trends and develop strategies to foster building reuse in U.S. cities. Los Angeles served as the pilot city for the newly formed Partnership for Building Reuse … Read More

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