in Los Angeles.
"A $1 billion office-and-hotel tower being developed by Korean Air Lines Co. in downtown Los Angeles will be the tallest building in the western U.S. upon its completion in four years, according to the project’s architect.
The foundation of the 1,100-foot (335-meter) tower will be poured at the end of this year, with a grand opening planned for March 2017, said Chris Martin, chief executive officer of Los Angeles-based architecture firm AC Martin Partners. The building will rise higher than downtown’s 1,018-foot U.S. Bank Tower, currently the tallest in the U.S. West. Final renderings of the new tower are being unveiled at a press conference today."
A 900 room 4 star hotel? I love the ambition.