Koreatown is a model for the future of Los Angeles: dense, transit-accessible, and highly diverse. But it's hard to say just where the neighborhood's center of gravity is—the district lacks a signature site or thoroughfare on par with Seventh Street in Downtown, Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood, or Abbot Kinney in Venice. But that's set to change soon with construction of a pair of new, pedestrian-friendly landmarks. The Olympic Gateway at Olympic and Normandie will welcome visitors to one of the city's most exciting 'hoods, while another Normandie intersection will be closed to make way for a public park....

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