AKA: Highland Theater, Highland Park, Los Angeles, CA

Structure Type: built works - performing arts structures - theatres

Designers: Kane, John I., Building Contractor (firm); Smith, L.A., Architect (firm); John I. Kane (building contractor); Lewis Arthur Smith (architect)

Dates: constructed 1925

3 stories

5600 North Figueroa Street
Highland Park, Los Angeles, CA 90042-4102

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The Highland Park Theatre is located at Avenue 56 and Pasadena Avenue; Pasadena Avenue was later renamed Figueroa Street; theatre was located on the northeast corner; another source has the address at 5604 North Figueroa Street; the location stands at 164 meters above sea level.

The Highland Theatre was one of over 28 designed in CA, by the prolific architect, Lewis A. Smith. Others in Los Angeles, CA, included the Circle (1921), Bard's West Adams (1925), and the Tower (1925-1927).

L.A. Historic Cultural Monument #549, declared: 10/02/1991; L.A. Smith designed this three-story theater done in the Spanish Colonial Revival style; the interior contained seating for 1,432;

Los Angeles City Historical-Cultural Monument (10/02/1991): 549

PCAD id: 3405