BOARD OF TRADE BUILDINGNPS Number: 07001439
The Board of Trade Building was designed by Curlett & Beelman in 1927 and occupies the prominent northwest corner of Main and West 7th Streets in downtown Los Angeles. The property was listed at the local level of significance under Criterion C in the area of architecture. The building is a good example of its style, and as the work of Curlett & Beelman. Architecturally, the Board of Trade Building is an excellent example of a Bueax Art style commercial building with Neoclassical influences. The unusual details, high quality materials, and exceptional craftsmanship make the building an excellent example of its style. The property is also a good example of Curlett & Beelman’s work. Their firm designed a number of influential buildings in Los Angeles between 1922 and 1927 and relied heavily on the Beaux Arts style for its large commercial buildings.
Registration Date: 1/24/2008
City: Los Angeles
County: Los Angeles
111 W. 7th Street
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