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Tom Bergin’s

On June 18, 2019, L.A.'s City Council voted to declare Tom Bergin's as a Historic-Cultural Monument. In July it was sold to a new owner and reopened for business in December 2019.
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Tom of Finland House

In 2016, the City of Los Angeles designated the Tom of Finland House a Historic-Cultural Monument for its associations with late twentieth-century gay culture.
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Union Bank Square

Significant for its Corporate International style design and Garret Eckbo landscape, Union Bank Square was the first completed Bunker Hill Urban Renewal development. On February 26, 2020, the City Council voted in support, making this the first Downtown skyscraper to be designated a Historic-Cultural Monument (HCM).
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Vibiana

The former Cathedral of St. Vibiana was one of the Conservancy's toughest battles and greatest victories
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W. N. Caldwell Residence

A significant Beverly Hills residence designed by master architect Wallace Neff has been repeatedly proposed for demolition as a teardown.
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Wiltern Theatre and Pellissier Building

One of L.A.'s great Art Deco masterpieces, the Wiltern Theatre and Pellissier Building were saved from demolition in the Conservancy's first major victory.

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