Plans for what could become one of Downtown LA’s  most unique-looking  skyscrapers received approval from the city’s planning commission. The tower included cantilevered swimming pools  jutting out of its upper floors, and is proposed for across the street from Pershing Square.
The 53-story hotel and condo tower would rise on a slim, L-shaped lot that wraps around the Pershing Square building and is owned by the tower’s developer, Jeffrey Fish of JMF Enterprises.
The glassy high-rise would incorporate a number of other water features, including two that will effectively hide the above-ground parking podium behind a wall of falling water.
Inside the structure, there would be 190 five-star hotel rooms and 31 condominiums. Twelve condos would have their own cantilevered swimming pools. The tower would also have a connection on its 13th floor to the popular rooftop restaurant Perch in the Pershing Square building. The building was designed by Miami-based Arquitectonica.
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