Steven Sharp

Urbanize LA


Steven Sharp is editor and co-founder of Urbanize LA.

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Go to downtown LA these days and you'll skyscrapers everywhere.

Downtown construction on steroids

Go to downtown LA these days and you'll skyscrapers everywhere.

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