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Seeing Green: Visions Of L.A.’s New Cleantech Corridor

Los Angeles’s newly-designated Cleantech Corridor is a 2,000-acre swath of land that cuts through the city just east of downtown. The area is already one of the most diverse in L.A., including a thriving arts district, historic buildings, low-income housing, and a large portion of the Los Angeles River. Could it become something more?

Los Angeles’s newly-designated Cleantech Corridor is a 2,000-acre swath of land that cuts through the city just east of downtown. The area is already one of the most diverse in L.A., including a thriving arts district, historic buildings, low-income housing, and a large portion of the Los Angeles River. Could it become something more?

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The corridor, which includes a 20-acre greentech campus,
A consortium headed by the mayor’s office, Clean Tech LA, aims to lure eco-friendly companies to the area, while a competition announced this summer asked architects and designers to help imagine the future of the corridor. The hope is to convert a neighborhood built for manufacturing into a sustainable, progressive hub for business. Here are some of the winners, which are on show at SCI-Arc in Los Angeles through October 27.

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Alissa is a design writer for publications like Fast Company, GOOD and Dwell who can most often be found in Los Angeles. She likes to walk, ride the bus, and eat gelato

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