Downtown Lancaster
with PSL Architects

Please join us for the third event in our On the Map – SUPERCESSION series. The Forum makes its first visit to the High Desert to look at 5 infill projects by PSL Architects clustered around Lancaster’s “BLVD” streetscape project (by Moule & Polyzoides). The projects include the new home of the Lancaster Museum of Art and History (MOAH), the BeX restaurant adaptive reuse complex, and several loft buildings. This OTM will touch all the rails of urban California–redevelopment agencies, place making, architecture, and LA’s exurban ring–and is not to be missed.

Please join us either at Union Station to take the Metrolink, or meet us in Lancaster, per the schedule below.
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Saturday, September 15th, 2012 – 2:30Pm
Redevelopment in the High Desert
MOAH – Marroquin Family Classroom
665 W. Lancaster BLVD, Lancaster, CA 93534


11:30-11:45 AM
For those traveling via Metrolink, meet inside the East Portal of Union Station

11:55 AM
Metrolink #263 (Antelope Valley Line) leaves Union Station, scheduled to arrive at 2:10

2:30 PM
Registration/refreshments at the Lancaster Museum of Art and History (MOAH) at the corner of Ehrlich Ave. and Lancaster BLVD

2:45 PM
Introduction to the projects by Mark Lahmon of PSL Architects

3:00 PM
Roundtable/Q&A with Mark Lahmon (Principal, PSL Architects) and Brian Ludicke (Planning Director, City of Lancaster)

3:30-5:00 PM
Walking tour of the Lancaster BLVD projects

5:00-6:00 PM
Happy Hour!

6:30 PM
Metrolink #270 (Antelope Valley line) leaves Lancaster, scheduled to arrive at Union Station at 8:35pm


The Lancaster Museum of Art & History  is a co-sponsor of this event and admission is free for their members as well as LA Forum members. Admission for all others is $10 ($5 for students). Prices do not include Metrolink fare.