777 Tower

Highlights

Designed by world-renowned architect, Cesar Pelli, and developed in 1991 by South Figueroa Plaza Associates — a Mitsubishi and Prudential joint venture, 777 Tower is considered by many to be the highest quality office property in Southern California, with a prime CBD location, high quality tenant roster, and outstanding on-site amenities and services. Rising 52 stories, the Property’s distinctive sculpted white metal and glass exterior and multi-tiered building design is a prominent fixture in the downtown skyline.

Location: Los Angeles, California

Year built: 1991

Building area:
Net Rentable Square Feet: 1,024,838

LEASING
Debbie Tauberg
213 626 3300
debbie.tauberg@maguireproperties.com

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Detailed description

777 Tower is a trophy, 52-story, 1.0 million square-foot, Class “AA” office building located in the heart of downtown Los Angeles’ Central Business District — one of the strongest markets in the U.S. The award winning Property features an internationally acclaimed design, the highest quality institutional finishes, a blue-chip tenant roster, and immediate access to a world-class amenity base and public transportation system. Major tenants include Marsh USA (S&P: AA-), American Home Assurance Company — subsidiary of AIG (S&P: AAA), Arnold & Porter, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, Kirkland & Ellis, Mercer Human Resource Consulting, and UBS Financial (S&P: AA+).

Library Tower and Steps

DESCRIPTION: At 72 stories and 1018 feet tall, LA’s tallest building opened in 1989; its graceful, cylindrical architecture shows up in so many TV shows, commercials, magazine ads, web ads, and movies that it has no problem attracting a bevy of corporate naming rights suitors — changing names from Library Tower to First Interstate Tower to US Bank Tower today; unfortunately, there is no public viewing deck in the tower; adjacent to the tower is a sculpture of a graceful sistah in all of her natural glory — one of only two public nudes of a sistah in America; from the sculpture, one walks down architecturally cohesive steps that feature a waterfall in the middle leading to the magnificent Los Angeles Central Library across 5th Street

KPMG Tower

Highlights

Standing next to the Wells Fargo Tower, the KPMG Tower includes a multitude of services and restaurants:
Location: Los Angeles
Year built: 1983
Architect: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill
Building area:
Net rentable square feet: 1,119,248
LEASING
Patrick J. McRoskey
213 626 3300
pat.mcroskey@maguireproperties.com

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Detailed description

The 54-story Wells Fargo Tower and the 45-story KPMG Tower, two trapezoidal office towers clad in a rare granite, offer a total of 2,457,877 square feet of office, retail and storage net rentable area, as well as 678,239 square feet of on-site parking area. Designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, the Wells Fargo Center, which includes the two towers, won the prestigious Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) ‘Office Building of the Year’ award for 1986-1987 and 2003-2004, as well as numerous other architectural awards.

The centerpiece of Wells Fargo Center is an elegant, three-story, glass-enclosed atrium. The atrium links the two towers and showcases one of the most significant sculpture collections in Southern California, as well as an extensive array of restaurants and specialty shops.

The Wells Fargo Center’s amenities include Nick & Stef’s Steakhouse, California Pizza Kitchen, California Crisp, Le Petite Boulangerie, Taipan, Pentolino and McDonald’s. Specialty shops include Mrs. Field’s Cookies, Rocky Mountain Chocolate and Starbucks. The Wells Fargo History Museum displays artifacts, maps and an authentic Abbot-Downing Concord stagecoach from the 1890s.