RE-ENVISIONING the Los Angeles Downtown Arts District & Little Tokyo Community: a Neighborhood Design Workshop

How to be sure the Arts District is included in METRO planning…show up and speak up.
Title of Workshop: RE-ENVISIONING the Los Angeles Downtown Arts District & Little Tokyo Community: a Neighborhood Design Workshop
Description: SCI-ARC, the Southern California Institute of Architecture and METRO invite members of the community to a Neighborhood Design Workshop, exploring a more livable future via walking, biking and mass transit.
The Neighborhood Design Workshop will be orchestrated by Peter Zellner, coordinator of SCI-Arc’s Future Initiatives Urban Design post graduate program and will focus on identifying key objectives for a more transit integrated community.
Date: July 15, 2011
Time: 4-6 pm
Location: JACCC
244 S. San Pedro Street, Suite 505, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Conference Rooms A,B &

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