L.A. hasn't yet built the 100-story skyscraper, but its skyline is growing again

September 3, 2016 11:40 PM

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The last time Los Angeles celebrated the completion of its tallest building, one politician christened the moment with a joke about the city’s skyward ambitions at the time.

It was 1989, and the skeleton of the 73-story Library Tower — later the First Interstate World Center, now the US Bank Tower — was completed.

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