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Times with Los Angeles and particularly downtown Los Angeles.” “The buildings represent different eras of the newspaper’s evolution and the architectural evolution of Los Angeles,” he said. “Since they’re clustered on one site, it make sense to treat them as a cohesive whole.” The buildings ended up in Onni’s hands after Tribune Co., The Times’ then-owner, split its publishing and broadcast divisions — and later sold off its real estate assets. Onni has been a major developer in its home city of Vancouver, helping transform it from a sleepy town to a dense city with soaring glass towers. The company entered the Los Angeles market a few years ago and has already purchased or developed hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of buildings downtown, including high-rise apartments. A historic designation would provide some benefits to Onni, which could become eligible for a property-tax reduction under the Mills Act. Such tax savings are to be used to help rehabilitate, restore and maintain historic buildings. Otis Chandler’s son Harry was a boy when the Times Mirror Building opened in 1973. Not surprisingly, he supports the push to garner monument status for the newspaper buildings. “My grandmother [Dorothy Chandler] worked with Pereira,” he said, recognizing that the architect had “few good options” if he didn’t want the building to overshadow the iconic 1935 building next door. “He said, ‘Let’s make a dark void that doesn’t compete with it,’ and that’s exactly what it is. It’s sleek and dark and somewhat mysterious.” All three structures should be saved, Chandler said, but the building from 1935 designed by Gordon Kaufmann is the one he is most worried about, even though Onni said it intends to keep it intact.
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