HISTORIC BUILDINGS

Here’s a partial list of the historic buildings in the Arts District, 1883-1957. Also, check out this Facebook Page for photos and updates.

1. Barker Bros. Furniture Warehouse, 1919

2. Ben Hur Coffee & Spice Co., 1916

3. F.W. Braun Fireproof Warehouse, 1911

4. California Walnut Growers Association, 1921

5. Challenge Cream and Butter Co., 1911

6. The Coca-Cola Company Building, 1915

7. Engine Company No. 17, 1927

8. Ford Motor Company, 1912

9. Friedman Bag Company, 1927

10. General Electric, 1937

11. Globe Mills, 1898

12. Graybar Electric Co., 1934

13. Hampton Warehouse (Santa Fe Railyard Vegetable Shed), 1922

14. Heinz 57 Building, 1926

15. Hills Bros. Coffee Warehouse, 1929

16. Hutton Bros. Commission & Livestock Brokers, 1883

17. James K. Hill & Sons Pickle Works, 1898

18. Los Angeles Gas & Electric Corp. Garages, 1922

19. Maxwell House Building, 1924

20. Merchants National Bank, 1924

21. Morrell Meat Company, 1949 and 1957

22. Nate Starkman & Son, 1908

23. National Biscuit Company, 1925

24. Pacific Hardware & Steel Co. Warehouse, 1909 (923 E. 3rd St.)

25. Paradise Hotel, 1906

26. Canadian Hotel, 1905

27. Poultry Producers of Southern California, 1922 (1738 Industrial St.)

28. R.L. Craig Wholesale Grocers, 1907

29. Spreckel Bros. Sugar Beet Warehouse, 1906 (940 E. 2nd St.)

30. Southwestern Bag Company, 1924

31. St. Francis Xavier Chapel & Japanese Catholic Center, 1912

32. Star Truck & Warehouse Co., 1924

33. Stover Seed Company, 1922

34. Westinghouse Electric Supply Company, 1930 (905 E. 2nd St.)

35. Richards-Neustadt Construction Co., 1910 (810 E. 3rd St.)

36. Acme Wiping Materials, 1920 (1327 Palmetto St.)

37. National Biscuit Company, 1925

38. Los Angeles Soap Co.

39. Santa Fe Freight Depot, 1907

40. Industrial St. (Iron Triangle and Camden building)

41. 1st Street Bridge

42. 4th Street Bridge

43. 6th Street Bridge

44. 7th Street Bridge

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