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It's years away, but 70-story downtown tower could change L.A. skyline and 'relationship with vertical living'

A skyscraper that would be the tallest residential building in California has been proposed for downtown Los Angeles as the neighborhood’s housing boom rolls on. Crescent Heights, a Miami-based developer, submitted a proposal to the city Planning Department this week to build a 70-story apartment...
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