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LOS ANGELES-Developer Madison Marquette has unveiled plans for redeveloping 85,000 square feet of vintage 1930s buildings as District La Brea, an 11-building project at the site of the Continental Graphics building. The Washington, DC-based developer first acquired the project site, which is between First and Second streets on South La Brea Avenue, in 2008 as part of the Madison Marquette Retail Enhancement Fund. It includes a 125-space, three-story parking structure on the corner of Second Street and La Brea Ave., as well as a 44-space parking lot on First Street.

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