More Flat Rooftops for Proposed L.A. Skyscrapers? | KCET
More Flat Rooftops for Proposed L.A. Skyscrapers?
The L.A. Times print edition featured recently a front page story about this proposed new downtown hotel / office complex.
From the renderings, it looks to TTLA's untrained eyes the crowns of these 40- and 60-story buildings look to be yet another example of the power of Municipal Code Sec. 57.118.12.
That's the 35-year-old insertion titled "Emergency Helicopter Landing Facility."
"Each building," the code reads ,"shall have a rooftop emergency helicopter landing facility in a location approved by the [Fire] Chief."
The short version of what that means to our city: Flat rooftops on skyscrapers, unlike contemporary towers built in places such as Shanghai, Dubai, and London.
Here is the story TTLA wrote on this topic last summer, for another outlet.
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