Figueroa at Wilshire is a premium grade 53-story skyscraper located in the heart of the Financial District in downtown Los Angeles.
This postmodern building is the 8th tallest in the city and is designed by the renowned Albert C. Martin & Associates. Built on the grounds of former St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral, Figueroa at Wilshire has won several awards such as Outstanding New Office Building, Outstanding Building of the Year, and a Beautification Award, to name a few. The building is owned by top national property management firm, Brookfield Properties.
Designed with lavish coral-colored granite, bronze panels, and tinted windows that reflect green to gray depending on the sky reflection, Figueroa at Wilshire exhibits a beautiful array of color to the Los Angeles skyline. The building also has a faceted glass crown that is illuminated nightly to mimic the look of an extraordinary gem.
The building has an on-site newsstand, convenience store, dry cleaner, shoe shine, and corporate concierge. Valet, visitor, and reserved parking are available on-site, complete with electric vehicle charging stations and a car wash and detail center.
Located one block away from the Metro Link 7th Street Station, Figueroa at Wilshire is adjacent to the Harbor/Pasadena Freeways and is approximately 30 minutes to LAX International Airport. Neighboring amenities include FIGat7th shopping plaza, L.A. Live, the Staples Center, and Disney Concert Hall.
The building boasts spectacular views of the central business district as well as the Santa Monica Mountain range and nearby coastal neighborhoods.
Building occupants include one of the Big Four auditors, PriceWaterHouseCoopers, and an elite array of top financial institutions, real estate firms, and elite law firms.
30 minute drive from Los Angeles International Airport
Quick and convenient access to Metro Transportation Hub connecting to 4 subway lines : Purple (805), Red (802), Blue (801), Expo (806)
Curbside – Figueroa and Wilshire
Downtown Los Angeles is composed of different sub-sections ranging from the Financial District to Diamond Arts District. It is a hub of the city’s Metro transit system and is home to the tallest skyscraper in the United States west of the Mississippi River.
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