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|Metropolis - Tower Two|
|831 Francisco Street|
Los Angeles CA United States
| Intended completion date||1993|
| - office|
| - highrise|
| - postmodern|
| - glass|
| - steel|
| - concrete|
Architect: Michael Graves Architects
Developer: City Center Development
Cost: $750 Million
- Metropolis was first proposed in 1987, with three 30 story towers with a postmodern style. The project was approved on July 24, 1990, and was the largest development to hit downtown Los Angeles since 1982.
- The project never started construction and was later cancelled by 1991.
- In 2005 the project came back to life with a new design that had Two 30 Story Condominium Towers, a 42 Story Office building, and a 30 Story Hotel.
- Rendering: http://www.crussell.com/1025.jpg
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