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Century Plaza Towers

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Type  Commercial offices
Roof  174.04 m (571.0 ft)
Floor area  21 ha
Construction started  April 1972
Lifts/elevators  26
Management  CB Richard Ellis
Developer  Trammell Crow Company
Completed  1975
Floor count  44
Architect  Minoru Yamasaki
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Location  2029 and 2049 Century Park East Century City, Los Angeles, California

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Century Plaza Towers are two 44-story, 174-metre (571 ft) twin towers located at 2029 and 2049 Century Park East in Century City, Los Angeles, California.


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Commissioned by Alcoa, the towers were designed by Minoru Yamasaki and completed in 1975. The towers resemble Yamasaki's World Trade Center in their vertical black and gray lines and the use of aluminum exteriors. The towers have an unusual triangular footprint and are landmarks that are clearly seen around the Los Angeles Westside. Their prominence in the Century City skyline has been reduced in recent years with the addition of new skyscrapers that partially block their view. Nevertheless, the Century Plaza Towers remain the tallest buildings in Century City and the tallest skyscrapers in Southern California outside of downtown Los Angeles. The towers sit atop one of the world's largest underground parking garages with a capacity of roughly 5,000 cars.

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In television, the towers were the headquarters of the fictional private detective Remington Steele, the main character of the eponymous NBC series, which ran from 1982 to 1987. Nearly every episode included an exterior establishing shot of the towers. The towers have also served as the backdrop for several television commercials, including adverts for Samsung, Buick, Volvo, and Kia Motors. In film, the towers were prominently featured in 2011's The Green Hornet.

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The buildings were also used in Melrose Place as the office of Lexi Sterling's business, Sterling Advertising. They were also seen in Burke's Law.

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The buildings were used for the album cover of Yes's 1977 album Going for the One. In 1979, Olivia Newton-John filmed the music video for the title track of her album Totally Hot here. In 1981 the buildings were used in a bumper of the silver ball for Nickelodeon.

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