L.A. Planning Commission delays action on the 919-unit Lorenzo project near USC. The developer touts job creation and neighborhood enhancement. Opponents say the site should be used to offer healthcare services.
Hundreds of people converged Thursday on City Hall as the Los Angeles Planning Commission considered one of South L.A.'s largest and most controversial building proposals: the $250-million Lorenzo development of Geoffrey H. Palmer, whose Italian-themed downtown apartment complexes have drawn both praise and condemnation.
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