in the Public Realm
Bradbury Building
Historic Buildings: Workplace

George Wyman
Renovation Architect
Levin & Associates Architects
  • Constructed, 1893
  • Renovation, 1991
Landmark Designations
  • National Register of Historic Places
  • National Historic Landmark
  • Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument
Historic Core Stop 6 - Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Los Angeles (CRA/LA) and George Wyman
Built for mining tycoon Lewis Bradbury, the 1893 building is a National Register Landmark, and one of the most significant existing structures in Los Angeles’ architectural heritage.

Designed by George Wyman, this Chicago-style sandstone and terra cotta-clad building is noted for its atrium skylight, which spans the entire five stories, and open-cage elevators. Likely the most photographed structure in the city, it has been the location of many movies, including Bladerunner, Ridley Scott’...
Levin & Associates
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304 S. Broadway
Los Angeles, CA
United States

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