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The Ernst & Young Plaza is a 534-foot (163 m) tall skyscraper in Los Angeles, California. It was completed in 1985, has 41 floors and is the 17th tallest building in Los Angeles. The tower is currently owned by Brookfield Properties Inc, and was designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP. Even though it is in California, this building was placed in the New York skyline in the movie The Day After Tomorrow.
Figueroa at Wilshire (originally known as Sanwa Bank Plaza) is a 717 ft (219m) tall skyscraper in Los Angeles, California. It was constructed from 1988 to 1990 and has 53 floors. It is 8th tallest building in Los Angeles, 96th-tallest building in the United States. It was designed by Albert C. Martin & Associates, and developed by Hines Interests Limited Partnership. It won the Rose Award for "Outstanding New Office Building" in 1991.
Fox Plaza is a 492 feet (150 m) high skyscraper with 35 floors in Century City, Los Angeles, California, a local landmark. Completed in 1987, the architects behind its design were Scott Johnson, Bill Fain and William L. Pereira. Owned by Orange County-based The Irvine Company, Fox Plaza is 20th Century Fox's headquarters. Former President of the United States Ronald Reagan occupied a penthouse on the 34th floor for several years after leaving public office.
The thirteen story Art Deco style Garfield Building is a U.S. historic structure in Los Angeles, California. Designed by American architect Claud Beelman, construction lasted from 1928-30. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition to the detailed ornamentation around the street-level entry way, The Garfield Building has an art deco lobby. It was a working office building for many years but it's empty now.
The Gas Company Tower is a skyscraper in Downtown Los Angeles, California. It serves as the headquarters for the Southern California Gas Company, which vacated its previous offices on Eighth and Flower Streets in Los Angeles in 1991. In addition the office has the Los Angeles offices of Sidley Austin.
The Higgins Building is a proto-Modernist building located in downtown Los Angeles, California. Built and owned by Thomas Higgins, an Irish American in 1909, the building was originally used for office space and years later was transformed into downtown lofts. The architects were Albert C. Martin, Sr. and A.L. Haley. The Higgins Building also houses one of Los Angeles' premier nightclubs in its basement, The Edison, which opened in 2007.
The MCI Center is a 414 ft (126m) tall skyscraper in Downtown Los Angeles, California. It was completed in 1973 and has 33 floors. It is 32nd tallest building in Los Angeles. The Class A building has 63,032 m² of office space with a glass atrium and courtyard. On March 21, 2005 Jamison Properties bought the building for $150 a square foot. This purchase included 925 West Eighth Street (originally known as the "Broadway Plaza," now known as Macy's Plaza) and the 3,000 space parking garage.
Montecito Apartments is a large apartment building in Hollywood, California, USA. It was built in 1935 in the zig-zag Art Deco style and was the home for many Hollywood celebrities, including James Cagney, Mickey Rooney and Montgomery Clift. It was also Ronald Reagan’s first home when he moved to Hollywood in 1937. In 1985, the building was converted to a low-income housing project for senior citizens. The building was built in 1935 with 95 units at a cost of $1 million.
The MTA Building is a 398 ft (121 m) high rise office tower in Los Angeles, California. Completed in 1995, it serves as the main headquarters for the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority. The $300 million building is the main fixture of the Patsaouras Transit Plaza and features exquisite artwork throughout the exterior facades and the interior lobby. The building's design features a blend of contextual influences of 1930's Hispanic-Deco and post-modern architecture.
One California Plaza is a 578 ft (176 m) skyscraper located on the Bunker Hill District district of downtown in Los Angeles, California. The tower is part of the California Plaza project, consists of two unique skyscrapers, One California Plaza and Two California Plaza. The Plaza also is home to MOCA (Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art), Colburn School of Performing Arts, the Los Angeles Omni Hotel and a 1.5 acre water court.