LOS ANGELES — Stanley Hirsh, a garment manufacturer, real estate mogul and longtime philanthropist here, died Saturday at his Studio City home after suffering from a brain tumor for a year-and-a-half. He was 76.

Hirsh amassed a portfolio of six buildings in downtown’s Fashion District — including the 11-story Cooper Building — and led the area’s revitalization efforts after the 1992 riots that left buildings vandalized.

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