The Los Angeles skyline no longer will be limited by 40-year-old regulation requiring that every skyscraper in the city be topped by a helipad.
The Los Angeles skyline no longer will be limited by 40-year-old regulation requiring that every skyscraper in the city be topped by a helipad. Monica Almeida The New York Times
The Los Angeles skyline no longer will be limited by 40-year-old regulation requiring that every skyscraper in the city be topped by a helipad. Monica Almeida The New York Times

Los Angeles changes a rule to dream of sky-high spires

October 21, 2014 11:31 PM

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