The joint city-county board overseeing the much-delayed, $3-billion Grand Avenue project established financial penalties Monday that the developer must pay if ground isn't broken by February, the L.A. Times reports.


The action marks the toughest stance yet by city and county leaders overseeing the development of the Frank Gehry-designed residential and commercial complex, which many see as a centerpiece in the revitalization of downtown Los Angeles.

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