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Downtown skyscraper gets 'gold' environmental certification, Patina restaurant

April 27, 2009 |  6:43 pm

Building The recently renovated AT&T Center in Los Angeles, formerly known as the Transamerica Center, has received the first gold-level certification from the U.S. Green Building Council for an existing downtown building.

In 2007, Elleven, a downtown condominium tower completed in 2006, was awarded gold-level certification for new construction.

AT&T Center's owners also announced today that restaurateur Patina Group will move its headquarters to the 32-story main tower at 1150 S. Olive St. and open a restaurant on the ground floor.

Read the full story at L.A. Land.

--Roger Vincent

Photo: At&T Center. Credit: LBA Realty