AKA: Citizens National Bank Building, Downtown, Los Angeles, CA

Structure Type: built works - commercial buildings - banks (buildings); built works - commercial buildings - office buildings

Designers: Parkinson and Bergstrom, Architects (firm); George Edwin Bergstrom (architect); John Parkinson (architect)

Dates: [unspecified]

12 stories

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453 South Spring Street
Downtown, Los Angeles, CA 90013

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The Citizens Bank Building stood on the northwest corner of 5th and Spring Streets.

Overview

The Citizens National Bank Building stood at 453 South Spring Street in 1924. The partnership of Parkinson and Bergstrom, which had dissolved by 1915, designed the facility.

Building Notes

The Germain Lumber Company had its offices in the Citizens National Bank Building #2 in Los Angeles, in 1924. (See Los Angeles, City Directory, 1924, p. 1012.) Leo J. Germain served as its president at this time, with Edward Germain, its secretary.

The noted architect George Edwin Bergstrom (1876-1955) maintained an office in the Citizens Bank Building c. 1915-1921, at least.

PCAD id: 21208