L.A.’s Holocaust Museum will double in size after major expansion

In major Los Angeles museum news (if you haven’t had your fill already), the Los Angeles Times reported earlier today that the Holocaust Museum LA, which opened in its first permanent home at Pan Pacific Park in the Fairfax District in 2010, will undergo a significant expansion to nearly double the museum’s footprint from 28,000 square feet to 50,000 square feet. The architect of the original partially sunken-into-the-park museum, Hagy Belzberg of Santa Monica-based Belzberg Architects, has also been tapped for the $45 million expansion.

The project is expected to break ground next year.

Although the Holocaust Museum LA’s award-winning present home adjacent to a black granite Holocaust monument that

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