LA Union Station

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Owned by the Southern California Regional Rail Authority since 2012, Catellus directed a landmark restoration of the historic Los Angeles Union Station, including plans for a compatible mixed-use development of 51 surrounding acres in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles. As part of the redevelopment, Catellus painstakingly restored the interior and exterior of the historic Los Angeles Union Station, built in 1939. The fully restored Los Angeles Union Station is adjacent to the Los Angeles Civic Center and Central Business district. This regional transportation hub with Amtrak Metrolink and Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) bus and rail lines serves nearly 74,000 travelers per day.

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