Los Angeles will no longer require tall buildings in the city to have flat roofs and helipads, a change that means the city’s skyline could one day include the kind of narrow tops and grand spires seen in other big cities.

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced on Monday a revision to a city fire department regulation, eliminating the requirement of helipads on the roofs of new high-rise buildings under 1,000 feet tall...

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