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Co-founder of New York-based developer Millennium Partners

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At a major intersection in Hollywood, KCRW's Saul Gonzalez talked with Adrian Glick Kudler, editor of Curbed LA, about  Millennium Hollywood , a horizontal city going vertical.

For the Hollywood Skyline, How High Is Too High?

At a major intersection in Hollywood, KCRW's Saul Gonzalez talked with Adrian Glick Kudler, editor of Curbed LA, about Millennium Hollywood , a horizontal city going vertical.

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