L.A. chooses ALP and Handel Architects for Angels Landing – Archpaper.com

Fans of the film 500 Days of Summer will fondly remember Angels Knoll, a peaceful sloped park overlooking the western edge of Downtown Los Angeles, just south of the Angels Flight funicular. That green sadly closed back in 2013, and yesterday, L.A. City Council voted to sell the 2.24 acre property, known in marketing speak as Angels Landing, and in legislative speak as Bunker Hill Parcel Y-1, to developer Angels Landing Partners (ALP) for about $50 million.