The Los Angeles skyline is dominated by historical buildings and architecture. However, it has not remained motionless. The city has seen dramatic changes in commercial and residential buildings over the last 10 years that have added greatly to Los Angeles’s culture and livability. All this is in contrast to the recession and its effects on development in general. New construction has been steady and consistent with an emphasis on new high-rise hotels and commercial spaces.

Here are a few examples of the growing development in Los Angeles.

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Remember to have your commercial buildings inspected to ensure you are adding a sound investment.

Zoning Maps Are Key to Knowing Where You Can and Cannot Build in Los Angeles.