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A tribute to the landmarks L.A. lost during the '00s

January 3, 2010 |  8:45 am

Despite the blossoming of the historic preservation movement in L.A. in the last decade, the city lost some nice architecture all the same.

Curbed LA has a tribute to these lost buildings, including several residences and of course the Ambassador Hotel.

There are also some that are easy to forget, including the old Gilmore Bank building that gave way to the Grove shopping center. And several along the Miracle Mile, including a landmark department store and savings and loan.

-- Shelby Grad

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