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611 Place

611 Place is a 42-story, 189 m (620 ft) skyscraper at 611 West 6th Street in Downtown Los AngelesCalifornia,[6] designed by William L. Pereira & Associates and completed in 1969. The building was commissioned by the now-defunct Crocker Citizen's Bank, and served as its Southern California headquarters until 1983, when it moved to Crocker Center, now Wells Fargo Center (Los Angeles). It was subsequently bought by AT&T. It was the tallest building in Los Angeles upon completion, and the first building to surpass Los Angeles City Hall in terms of structural height (many buildings had surpassed City Hall with decorative spires, the first being Richfield Tower). It consists of a cross-shaped tower clad in vertical aluminum beams, and supported on its west side by an immense, blank slab of concrete running the entire height of the building, which is used to display corporate logos.

-SOURCE: Wikipedia

Building Information

Status: Completed (Pre-99)

Gross Sq Ft: 566,434

Number of Stories: 42

Date Opened: 1969

LEED Certification: Not Certified


Office Sq Ft: 566434

Office Class: B

611 Place
611 W. 6th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90017