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Part of the $1.0 billion Los Angeles Central Library Redevelopment Plan, this plan included Library Tower, Gas Company Tower, the Bunker Hill Steps, Upper Hope Place, and the relocation of the main Downtown electrical substation. This also provided the majority of funds for the restoration/expansion of the Central Library, and the recreation of the historic West Lawn Gardens with dozens of pieces of art, over a six level parking garage. As one of the earliest members of the Maguire Thomas Partners team, Anderson became the Project Executive of Library Square.

Library Tower (U.S. Bank Tower), a 73 story office tower with adjacent retail, was designed by I.M. Pei & Partners. Gas Company Tower, a 54 story office tower, was designed by Richard Keating of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. Frank Stella's "Dusk", one of the largest known murals, sits on an adjacent building facing the lobby. The Bunker Hill Steps, designed by Lawrence Halprin, connects Bunker Hill, the Library and financial district.