Los Angeles Business Journal: Home Field
May 13, 2013
Architect Brenda A. Levin has helped shape local history while renovating L.A. landmarks such as Dodger Stadium.
Published in Los Angeles Business Journal
May 13, 2013
By Howard Fine
"Look at many of L.A.’s best-known landmarks and there’s a good chance that Brenda A. Levin designed their rehabs. Levin, who has owned her own architecture firm since 1980, has made her reputation renovating and restoring many iconic buildings in and around Los Angeles: the Bradbury and Oviatt buildings, the Grand Central Market, Los Angeles City Hall, Griffith Observatory and the Huntington Library/Art Galleries. She has just wrapped up work on a $100 million renovation of Dodger Stadium, is nearing the end of four years of work restoring Wilshire Boulevard Temple and is starting update work on the Ford Amphitheatre. Levin, 66, came to L.A. with her husband in the late 1970s after several years in Boston. She was born in Teaneck, N.J., the daughter of a real estate developer. Levin recently sat down with the Business Journal to talk about her work on grand old buildings, sharing office space with her husband for more than 30 years and her status as one of the few prominent local women architects."
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