One of Los Angeles’ hidden gems, Grand Hope Park offers some much-needed green space in the center of the city. Completed in 1993, the 2.5-acre park, located in the city’s South Park neighborhood, is home to some of the city’s most stunning public art, including a fountain by Raul Guerrero, wildlife statues by Adrian Saxe, the park’s Halprin-designed Clock Tower, and pieces by artists including Lita Albuquerque, Gwynn Murrill, Ralph McIntosh, and Tony Berlant. The park just so happens to be surrounded by great art, as well: 888 Hope, a gleaming Downtown tower from CIM Group, rises above the park, offering stunning views of its greenery, in addition to the city’s most iconic sights.
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