Structure Type: built works - commercial buildings - commercial buildings

Designers: Burton and Parkinson, Architects (firm); James Lee Burton (architect); John Parkinson (architect)

Dates: constructed 1895, demolished 1968

5 stories

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212 West 3rd Street
Downtown, Los Angeles, CA 90013

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The Currier Building stood on the south side of 3rd Street, between Broadway and Spring Street.

Building History

The Currier Building was erected for Senator A.T. Currier of Spadra, CA. The firm of Burton and Parkinson designed the building.

Building Notes

In 1896-1897, the architect John Parkinson (1861-1935) maintained his offices in the Currier Building. The firm that designed the building, Burton and Parkinson, dissolved the previous year.

The architectural tandem of Dennis and Farwell occupied Room #414 of the Currier Building in 1897. (See Maxwell's Los Angeles, California, City Directory, 1897, p. 280.)

Demolition

After a 01/13/1968 fire gutted the Currier Building's upper floors, it was removed a few months later. The fire's loss was valued at $100,000.

PCAD id: 335