Listed in National Register | Los Angeles Conservancy

Listed in National Register

Photo from Conservancy archives

Piazza del Sol

Built as a luxury apartment house called the Hacienda Arms, the Piazza del Sol is a notable local example of the Italian Renaissance Revival style in a multi-family residential building.
Photo by Adrian Scott Fine/L.A. Conservancy

Ralph J. Bunche House

The Ralph J. Bunche House stands as a tribute to the first person of color to receive a Nobel Peace Prize.
Photo by David Wakely

Rancho Los Alamitos

Rancho Los Alamitos has hosted generations of various cultures, from the native Gabrielino-Tongva to governors to early Western families.
Photo by Flora Chou/L.A. Conservancy

Roosevelt Building

A sensitive renovation has allowed this classic Italian Renaissance Revival beauty to house one of the busiest stations on the Metro Red Line, while maintaining its historic integrity.
Photo by DAIQ

Rose Bowl

The beloved stadium’s creative and sensitive rehabilitation proves the viability of historic sports venues, an increasingly endangered species.
Photo by Richard Langendorf

San Fernando Building

The 1907 San Fernando Building was developed by James B. Lankershim, one of California’s largest landholders. In 2000, the building was the first adaptive reuse housing project developed by Gilmore Associates as part of the creation of the Old Bank District.

Pages