And this one looks awesome too.
The Los Angeles City Council today approved plans for a new 43-story mixed-use building downtown, on South Figueroa Street just south of Staples Center.
The high-rise will include 273 residential units stacked atop an eight-level podium, restaurants and a spa. The project, approved 10 to 0, was supported by Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and Councilwoman Jan Perry, who represents that portion of downtown.
The project is backed by CA Human Technologies, a joint venture of two Korean firms, and the building was designed by Daniel Libeskind, best known for his Jewish Museum in Berlin and his much-altered master plan for the World Trade Center site in Lower Manhattan.
(from L.A. Times and the Jewish Museum Berlin)