For the Hollywood Skyline, How High Is Too High?

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The Capitol Records Building will be dwarfed by two office-and-condo towers if the Hollywood Millennium project goes in next door. From many streets, you won't see the Hollywood Sign any more, and views will be blocked from homes in the Hollywood Hills.  So there's plenty of opposition to last week's approval by the city Planning Commission. It's all about increased density along new public transit corridors. It's horizontal Los Angeles going vertical. We focus on Hollywood tonight in the first of an occasional series called, "LA Grows Up."

Image-for-WWLA.jpgOn our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, despite rosy predictions by two Senate veterans, the road to immigration reform is as rough as ever.


Banner image: Artist's rendering of the Hollywood Millennium project





Warren Olney