Feasibility of the Universal City Counter-Culture Complex

Publication Year:
1973
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Repository URL:
http://stars.library.ucf.edu/buzzprice/127
Author(s):
Economics Research Associates
Publisher(s):
Economics Research Associates (Los Angeles, CA)
Tags:
Universal City; Music facilities; Outdoor entertainment facilities; Restaurant facilities; Site evaluation; Real Estate: Mixed Use Development Projects; Feasibility studies; Motion picture theaters; Music facilities; Recreation areas -- California -- Los Angeles; Attractions; Recreation; Tourism -- California -- Los Angeles; Tourism and Travel; MCA Recreation Services; Universal City; Music facilities; Outdoor entertainment facilities; Restaurant facilities; Site evaluation
report description
This report is prepared for MCA Recreation Services to address the feasibility of developing a "counter culture complex" on 2. 5 acres of prime property adjacent to the Universal City tour center and its existing parking facilities in Southern California. The feasibility study was conducted under the administrative supervision of Harrison A. Price, President of Economics Research Associates. Original is typescript. Handwritten "1054 A5 ReSTR B" (Report no. 1054, Subject category A5, Restriction code B) shown on cover. Handwritten "E-9" and stamped "2862" shown on the page before the title page. Includes tables and appendix.