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Continental Building

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Status  Complete
Height  46 m
Floors  13
Completed  1903
Opened  1903
Architectural style  Beaux-Arts architecture
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Alternative names  Braly Building Hibernian Building Union Trust Building Old Bank District Apartments
Type  Residential condominiums
Location  408 South Spring Street Los Angeles, California
Owner  Old Financial District LP
Architects  John Parkinson, George Bergstrom
Similar  Park Central Building, AG Bartlett Building, Spring Street Financial, Security Building, Title Guarantee and Trust

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The Continental Building, formerly Braly Block, is a 151 ft (46 m), 13-story high-rise residential building at 408 South Spring Street in the Historic Core of Los Angeles, California. When completed in 1903, it was the city's first high-rise building, and remained the tallest for three years. Shortly after the building was completed, the Los Angeles City Council enacted a 150 ft (46 m) height restriction on future buildings that remained until the 1950s.

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Map of Continental Building, Los Angeles, CA 90013, USA

The Continental Building is part of the Spring Street Financial District which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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In popular culture

The building plays a prominent role in the 2009 independent film (500) Days of Summer.

References

Continental Building Wikipedia


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