Times Mirror Square, longtime home of the LA Times, is now a landmark

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Just in time for a major redevelopment After a unanimous City Council vote today, part of Times Mirror Square—the Downtown campus that housed the Los Angeles Times for more than eight decades—is a city landmark. The landmark status applies to the oldest part of Times Mirror Square: a 1935 building by Hoover Dam architect Gordon Kaufmann and a 1948 addition designed by Rowland Crawford. That will not pose threat to the site’s redevelopment. Property owner and developer Onni plans to raze a portion of the complex to build a pair of high-rises. Onni’s redevelopment plans calls for preserv...

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