1330 Pico Boulevard | Los Angeles Conservancy
Project Rendering by HOK

1330 Pico Boulevard

This is the future site of The Albany Project, a 37-story hotel tower in the Pico-Union HPOZ. At present, a commercial building constructed in 1980 occupies the site. 

For more information on the project please go to our Albany Project issue page.

Photo by Michael Locke

Museum of Contemporary Art

With only four of its seven floors above street level, its sunken, red sandstone-clad design is a welcome contrast to the extreme heights of the Bunker Hill glass-and-steel high rise towers.
Photo courtesy Architectural Resources Group


Considered among the finest examples of Brutalist design in L.A., the original Liberty Savings and Loan is surprisingly neither monolithic nor overpowering.