Carol Schatz

Guest

President and CEO of the Los Angeles Downtown Center Business Improvement District and the Central City Association

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Four teams will share their visions for a renewed Pershing Square this week.

Pershing Square Renewed?

Four teams will share their visions for a renewed Pershing Square this week.

from Design and Architecture

Today the LA City Council took another step in approving subsidies for a major hotel development project downtown.

The Pros and Cons of Hotel Subsidies in LA

Today the LA City Council took another step in approving subsidies for a major hotel development project downtown.

from Which Way, L.A.?

It's a fight to the checkout line for those for and against a new Walmart Neighborhood Market planned for downtown LA.

Downtown Walmart Grocery Store Draws Fire, Sparks Excitement

It's a fight to the checkout line for those for and against a new Walmart Neighborhood Market planned for downtown LA.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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