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Downtown LA’s historic Foreman and Clark building could bring housing to the Jewelry District

13 stories with ground-floor retail There’s been a bit of back and forth in the plan to redo the Jewelry District’s historic Foreman and Clark building. Past plans have included a mixed-use conversion and even a hotel. Now, a new filing with the city's planning department indicates that the relatively new owner, Canada-based Bonnis Properties, wants to turn the 1929 building into housing with about 8,500-square-feet of retail space on the ground floor.
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