Structure Type: built works - commercial buildings - office buildings

Designers: [unspecified]

Dates: constructed 1986

37 stories, total floor area: 255,000 sq. ft.

1100 Wilshire Boulevard
Downtown, Los Angeles, CA 90017

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A 37-story office building, constructed amidst a boom in downtown Los Angeles office space, containing 255,000 square feet; between 1986-2004, 1100 Wilshire had never been more than 10% leased; RAD Management, operated by Santa Monica developer, Robert D'Elia, TMG Partners, a San Francisco-based developer of mixed-use projects, and Forest City Enterprises, Incorporated of Cleveland, OH, purchased the building for $40 million from Format Corporation of Taiwan 07/27/2004.

Plans in 2004 called for the office building to be converted into 230-250 condominium units, from 500 to perhaps as much as 12,000 square feet; a swimming pool would be located on the seventeenth floor, the highest such amenity in Los Angeles, CA; shops and a health club were set to occupy the first two floors; costs for this 2004 transformation would amount to $60 million.

PCAD id: 2705