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Amoeba Music Set to Be Torn Down, Replaced With Complex After L.A. Council Votes to Approve Zoning Changes

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The John Ferraro Council Chamber at Los Angeles City Hall is hardly the most artistically expressive of places, but on Tuesday, the room played host to an event that will have real world consequences for generations of music fanatics.

Amoeba Music on Sunset Boulevard is seen on Dec. 8, 2011. (Credit: Ricardo DeAratanha / Los Angeles Times)

Amoeba Music on Sunset Boulevard is seen on Dec. 8, 2011. (Credit: Ricardo DeAratanha / Los Angeles Times)

The City Council voted to approve zoning changes that will clear the way for the development of a 26-story complex at the site of the Amoeba Music store at the corner of Sunset and Cahuenga boulevards in Hollywood. The move cements the fate of the distinctive building and fuels further speculation on the future of the city’s biggest record store.

Amoeba will be moving. Where to, however, remains anyone’s guess.

The retailer’s Hollywood location, which opened to great fanfare in 2001, has been in a kind of holding pattern since news of the possible development came to light a few years ago. The store sold the building to developer GPI Cos. in 2015 for $34 million.

Read the full story on LATimes.com.

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