Los Angeles’ Alameda Square to be Transformed Into One of the Nation’s Largest Creative Campuses

by , 06/26/13

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Built in 1918, Los Angeles’ Alameda Square is one of the nation’s largest historic industrial centers. Creative Space, an integrated development and marketing firm, is in the process of upgrading and turning the largely unused space into the country’s largest creative campus focusing on fashion, tech and creative startups. Renowned architect Joey Shimoda (TOMS Shoes) and branding expert Mathew Foster (Ace Hotels) are contributing with modern design elements

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