This week's edition of Throwback Thursday comes from architectural photographer Hunter Kerhart, showing the difference that two years can make for a pair of parking lots in Downtown Los Angeles.
The after image, taken in March 2017, shows the two developments in their current states.
Circa - a joint venture by the Hankey Group and Jamison Services - consists of twin 36-story towers that will feature 648 apartments and 40,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space.
Oceanwide Plaza - named for its developer, Oceanwide Real Estate Group - features three towers, the tallest of which rises 49 stories. The completed development will offer 504 condominiums, a 150,000-square-foot retail gallery and a 184-room Park Hyatt.
- Throwback Thursday Archive (Urbanize LA)