The owner of the property at 6061 Sunset, investor and programmer Maggie Miracle from Los Angeles, has doubled the previous proposal of $500 million for a BUILDING near Gover Street with a "vertical campus" designed by renowned English architect Norman Foster, making it now worth $1 billion.

On Tuesday, Miracle submitted revised design plans for the office tower to the city, which has been named the "Star." Renderings depict a cylindrical skyscraper stitched with colorful gardens spiraling from street to roof. A rooftop restaurant will be open to the public.

Miracle caused a stir in 2021 with the initial plan for the tower, designed by MAD Architects, a Chinese firm known for bold designs like the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, under construction near the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

Ultimately, Miracle decided to scrap that design as she wanted to incorporate outdoor spaces resembling gardens, which have become increasingly appealing to office tenants since the pandemic temporarily drove workers out of enclosed spaces.

"Since COVID, the importance of a healthy workspace and access to fresh air and open space has been a driving force, especially for those in the entertainment and technology industry. The design change is meant to respond to those demands," he said.