Angels Landing (Los Angeles)

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Angels Landing is a proposed development complex in Downtown Los Angeles, California, consisting of two regular high-rise buildings.At the southeast corner of the site is a portal for the Pershing Square station serving the Metro B Line (Red) and the Metro D Line (Purple). The site is next to Angels Flight and the adjacent public staircase, across the street from Grand Central Market and near Pershing Square. The 2.2-acre (0.89 ha) sloping site in the Bunker Hill neighborhood is owned by the City of Los Angeles. The site was the former Angels Knoll Park, made popular by the film 500 Days of Summer in 2009.


The Angels Landing development currently consists of two towers with luxury hotels, residential units and a retail plaza. The proposed complex is currently in the design/funding process. The tower was approved by the City Council December 2017. The developer plans to provide underground parking, as the site sits above a subway station.The first tower was originally designed as a super tall skyscraper at 1,020 ft (310 m) and 88 floors. The building was reduced to 64 stories at 854 ft (260 m). The design within the two towers will include condominiums, market-rate rental units, two hotels and commercial space with open space and a connection to California Plaza.
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