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Mid-City residential project gets a Googie-style redesign

It’s part of a plan to preserve elements of a 1960s-era hamburger stand The developer of a residential project planned for Mid-City told the Los Angeles City Council’s Planning and Land Use Management Committee yesterday that the new development would integrate key parts of a 1960s-era hamburger stand currently at the project site. An updated rendering of the building shows the restaurant’s Googie-style architecture has influenced the design of the whole project, with wavy lines and a festive color scheme adorning the entire structure.
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