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Engine Company No. 28

Engine Company No. 28 is a former Los Angeles Fire Department fire station on Figueroa Street. Built in 1912, the structure served as an operating fire station until it closed in 1967. One of the first reinforced concrete fire stations in the city, it is a Class A fire-proof structure built of brick, hollow tile and concrete. In 1979, the building was listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

In the late 1980s, it was renovated as a restaurant operating under the name "Engine Company No. 28." serving food based on recipes from American fire houses.

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Building Information

Status: Completed (Pre-99)

Gross Sq Ft: 30,780

Number of Stories: 4

Date Opened: 1912

LEED Certification: Not Certified


Retail Sq Ft: 5500


Office Sq Ft: 25280

Office Class: B

Engine Company No. 28
644 S Figueroa St.
Los Angeles, CA 90017