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The Project would develop a new mixed-use development and rehabilitate the Times, Plant, and Mirror Buildings on the approximately 3.6-acre site in Downtown Los Angeles. New development, consisting of the 37-story "North Tower'' and 53-story "South Tower'' would be located in the west sector of the block. The existing Executive Building and parking garage would be demolished to allow for the Project's new mixed-use component. The North and South Towers, which would be constructed above a five-story parking podium, would contain approximately 1,127 residential units and approximately 34,572 square feet of commercial floor area. The space below the podium would contain an additional nine levels of subterranean parking. The combined commercial and residential floor area would total approximately 1,135,803 square feet. In total, including new construction and existing buildings to remain, the Project proposes approximately 1.511,908 square feet of floor area. This would result in a floor area ratio (FAR) of 9.42:1.
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Residential (Units 1,127), Office (Sq. Ft. 307,288), Commercial (Sq. Ft. 103,389), Other (Office and commercial space above is inclusive of uses in rehabi)
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