Celebrated architect Frank Gehry is back into the fold of the Grand Avenue Project. His firm Gehry Partners recently submitted a proposal for residences, retail space and a hotel on the parcel of property across Grand Avenue from Disney Hall, which currently houses a parking garage. The firm proposes developing the entire parcel all at once, replacing the phased approach initially favored by primary developer The Related Companies. The Grand Avenue Authority will review the new, $650 million project proposal. If things go well, construction could start in 2015 and be finished by 2019. The proposed project would sit a block west of the Civic Center Red/Purple Line Station. Readers weigh in on the news.