Korean Air on Thursday unveiled its design for a dramatic, skyline-changing tower for downtown Los Angeles that aims to be the tallest building west of the Mississippi River. The $1-billion, 73-story hotel and office building is slated to replace the old Wilshire Grand Hotel and be slightly taller than the nearby U.S. Bank Tower, the Los Angeles Times reports.
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