Rob Jernigan

Co-managing principal for Gensler's Southwest region

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The entrance to Metropolis, in downtown LA’s South Park neighborhood.  Photo by Avishay Artsy.

Metropolis: Selling the downtown high-rise dream

The entrance to Metropolis, in downtown LA’s South Park neighborhood. Photo by Avishay Artsy.

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Building is booming in LA and that drives up the cost of materials. What happens when you add steel tariffs?

Amidst LA building boom, Trump's steel tariffs take a toll

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Reinventing Downtown's Corporate Icon

For all of LA's sprawl and suburbia, there is a part of our city that has tried hard to be a mini-Manhattan: LA’s corporate downtown.

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