The Taft Building on Hollywood and Vine, which was Hollywood's first high-rise office building and has been home to major film studios, has undergone a $15 million renovation by owner DLJ Capital Partners that made it more earthquake safe and uncovered historic architectural details, including concrete ceilings and brick walls, that were under wraps for decades, the Los Angeles Times reports.
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