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The Tallest Building In L.A. Is Getting A Bar And A Dance Floor

U.S. Bank Tower downtown (Photo by Sterling Davis via the LAist Featured Photos pool on Flickr)
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We have more details about the touristification of the US Bank Tower. The tallest building in Los Angeles announced earlier this year that it would be getting an observation deck open to tourists and a restaurant, but there's more.

Overseas Union Enterprise, the company that owns the 72-story tower, just filed documents with the city planning department obtained by The Downtown News. The company plans to open a restaurant, bar and lounge on the 69th and 70th floors. The 71st floor will have an outdoor observation terrace and a dance floor. The whole project will take up 19,000 square feet, but there's no timeline for construction just yet.

Sounds like a good time for Los Angeles' high-fliers.

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