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Locally Designated

Photo by Adrian Scott Fine/L.A. Conservancy

Breed Street Shul

Reminiscent of Eastern European synagogues, the Breed Street Shul was the religious and cultural anchor of the Eastside's early Jewish community.
Photo by Flora Chou/L.A. Conservancy

Builders Exchange Building

The Builders Exchange Building was in fact built by the Builders Exchange and still stands today as a landmark of the Santa Ana historic district.
Photo by Annie Laskey/L.A. Conservancy

Cameo Theatre

Opening in 1910 as Clune's Broadway Theatre to screen first-run films, the 900-seat theatre was one of the country’s first theatres built to show movies. The modest Neo-classical design was considered quite elegant for a movie theatre at the time.
Photo by Adrian Scott Fine/L.A. Conservancy

Capitol Records Tower

The world's first circular office building and one of L.A.'s most iconic buildings, an important illustration of the evolving work of Welton Becket and Associates during the 1950s.
Photo from Conservancy archives

Castera-Ward Residence

A rare and remarkably intact example of the residential work of Paul Rever Williams, as well as an important local example of French Provincial architecture.
Courtesy Kilroy Realty

CBS Columbia Square

A Hollywood entertainment icon received a much-needed rehabilitation and upgrade, exemplifying how historic sites can return to their former glory while meeting current needs.
Los Angeles Public Library, Canoga Park Branch (former)
Photo courtesy Architectural Resources Group

CDI Early Learning Center

A destination for readers and zigzag roof-lovers alike, the Canoga Park Library was the first Mid-Century Modern-style library to be named a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument.

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