Kilroy is proud to be recognized in the Los Angeles Business Journal for our continued commitment to public art - embracing and even surpassing the city's requirements. Last fall we unveiled a public art installation at our Columbia Square project in Hollywood, a row of translucent panels featuring human figures by celebrity artist Dustin Yellin. Kilroy spent nearly double the mandated percentage, and spent it willingly. "We wanted to bring something new and exciting to the project and have the art make as much impact as possible," said Lauren Philips, Kilroy's director of construction services. Los Angeles is now considered a national leader in percent for public arts programs, and Kilroy is committed to sustaining that rank and supporting the dozens of local artists who frequently participate, and the millions of dollars that has been generated for public art over the past decade.