California Plaza & Bunker Hill Development Los Angeles, California, USA Planned and Designed 1980, with Kamnitzer & Cotton, Gruen Associates. California Plaza was a winning entry in an international developer/architect competition for the redevelopment of 11 acres of land (four downtown city blocks) in the Bunker Hill Redevelopment area of Los Angeles. The proposal included over a million square feet of office space, 750 units of condominium housing, a 400-room luxury hotel, 82,000 square feet of retail space; and a 33,000 square feet Museum of Contemporary Arts. The project urban design concept was to integrate the project's diverse uses with the surrounding area and provide an active link between the down-town office core and the Music Centre, proposed at opposite ends of the site. The solution incorporated cultural, recreational and commercial activities, which combined to create a new public and commercial focus for the greater Los Angeles region. See "Commercial Buildings" for more California Plaza photos.