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VIDEO: Time Lapse of LAX Bradley Terminal Renovation

This time lapse video by earthcam.net shows more than three years work to renovate the Bradley Terminal at Los Angeles International Airport.

Courtesy of Earthcam.net
Courtesy of Earthcam.net
This time lapse video by earthcam.net shows more than three years work to renovate the Tom Bradley Terminal at Los Angeles International Airport.

The cameras caught more than three years of progress on the renovation of the Bradley International Terminal.

This time lapse video by earthcam.net shows more than three years work to renovate the Tom Bradley Terminal at Los Angeles International Airport.

The cameras caught more than three years of progress on the renovation of the Bradley International Terminal.

The first phase of the the $1.9 billion Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX was officially opened Wednesday.

City and airport officials hailed the 4,000 construction-related jobs
generated by the massive project and called the end product one of the most
energy-efficient airport terminals in the country.

The first phase of the project includes nine modernized gates capable of
accommodating the latest generation of jumbo jets. Four of the gates were
already completed, while five more opened today.

The new gates, along with a sleek shopping and dining area, represent
the first phase of the TBIT overhaul -- which is the centerpiece of a wider
$4.1 billion Capital Improvement Project at LAX, the largest public works
project in the city's history.

The terminal improvements also include a 150,000-square foot mall-like
pavilion named after Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and featuring high-end dining, retail and lounges.

The several dozen retailers and restaurants in the Villaraigosa Pavilion include wine bars, offshoots of hip L.A. eateries and shops selling caviar and designer clothing.

The restaurants include ink.sack, Border Grill, Umami Burger, 800 Degrees and Larder at Tavern, and 50,000 square feet of retail space featuring shops such as Fred Segal, Bulgari, Porsche Design and Kitson.    

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