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Pereira designed the somewhat controversial 1973 office addition called the Times Mirror Building. He also was the architect of the Transamerica Pyramid in San Francisco, CBS Television City in the Fairfax district and the futuristic Theme Building in the heart of Los Angeles International Airport. The Cultural Heritage Commission will meet Sept. 20 to consider whether to recommend the application to the city’s Planning & Land Use Management Committee. If the City Council committee supports it, the application will move to the full council for a final decision. Los Angeles preservationist and cultural historian Richard Schave, who is spearheading the campaign, applauded the staff report. “Times Mirror Square is really the only piece of private property in the civic center, and the compound is an incredible testament to the history of Southern California,” he said. Onni, a Canadian real estate developer based in Vancouver, announced in late 2016 its intention to redevelop the block with a high-rise residential and retail complex. The proposal calls for retaining the oldest of the structures — the two Art Deco-style buildings that were constructed on the east side of the block along Spring Street and included The Times’ newsroom. The three structures on the western half — a parking garage, former printing plant and the Pereira office building — would be demolished to make way for two apartment towers of 37 and 53 stories containing more than 1,100 luxury apartments and ground-floor shops.
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