We always want to make it as easy as possible for you to get your hands on one of our draft plans. Our jobs are always so much easier when everyone has had a chance to review and weigh-in on these types of things up-front. In-fact, we started this blog because it was clear that this would be the easiest way for everyone to download a copy. Our own web service has a hard time with large files and WordPress seems to think that our 50MB draft plans are but a trifle. However, it may take a moment for your own computer to download–but we think it’ll be worth the wait.
If for some reason you can’t access the file or you’d just prefer to have a paper copy please let us know, we’d love to help. If you contact Craig Weber at 213-978-1213 or firstname.lastname@example.org (word has it he’s better with e-mail), we’ll get one to you right away. And if you’re looking for one of our existing Preservation Plans (Angelino Heights, Hancock Park, La Fayette Square, Lincoln Heights, Pico-Union, University Park, or Windsor Square) you can find them at the Office of Historic Resources website. As far as those new Plans go, we have uploaded Banning Park and Vinegar Hill. We’re hoping to round out the coastal areas and bring you Gregory Ain Mar Vista Tract by the end of the week. After that rumor has it that the West Adams area HPOZ’s might be served up next. We know, the suspense is killing us too!