AKA: St. Vibiana's Church, Los Angeles, CA

Structure Type: built works - religious structures - cathedrals

Designers: Kysor and Mathews (firm); Kysor and Morgan, Architects (firm); Thomas Gilmore (developer); Ezra Franklin Kysor (architect)

Dates: constructed 1876

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114 East Second Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012-3711

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In 2003, three developers, Tom Gilmore, Jerri Perroni and Robert A. Jones, owned the cathedral, and had plans to renovate it into a community performing arts center.

Saint Vibiana's was reputed to have cost $75,000, according to the occasionally reliable architect/architectural biographer, Henry Withey (1880-1969).

Los Angeles City Historical-Cultural Monument (Listed 1963-05-10): 17

PCAD id: 1438