Designed by world-renowned architects Diller Scofidio + Renfro, the three-story museum features a unique porous honeycomb “veil” that wraps the building and is visible through an expansive, top floor sky-lit gallery that will be home to great works of contemporary art drawn from the 2,000-piece Broad Collections.
The $172-million, 23-story tower on Olympic Boulevard will house a 174-room Courtyard by Marriott and a 218-room Residence Inn by Marriott under one roof when it opens in summer 2014. The new hotel will be built by a consortium led by Williams/Dame and Associates,
of Portland, Oregon.
The San Bernardino Courthouse will occupy 370,000 square feet on a seven-acre site and will consolidate services from seven facilities. The new trial facility will serve the criminal, traffic, family law, probate, and dependency divisions of the Superior Court, as well as provide spaces for court administration, self-help, jury services, sheriff’s operations, and in-custody holding.