20'-40' Ceilings, Original grand staircase with bronze inlays and brass handrails, Original brickwork and hardwood floors
Elevator runs from Lindley Place to creative office interior
Next to Metro's Red & Purple lines. Walk to Grand Central Market for lunch or stop by one of the Farmer's Markets.
The Metropolitan Theatre, previously the Grauman Theatre and the Paramount Theatre, had a main entrance on Broadway and a passway through Lindley Place to enter the grand theatre building between Lindley Place and Hill St. Lindley Place was a connecting point for the lush Central Park, now known as Pershing Square, and the busy street of Broadway.
Lindley Place was named after Dr. Walter Lindley in 1921. Lindley founded California Hospital Medical Center at 6th St. and what is now known as Lindley Place. The hospital was one of the many early developments of medical and educational institutions in Southern California founded by Lindley; including Los Angeles Orphans’ Home, the College of Medicine at the University of Southern California, and the California State Medical Society.
Shulte United was a Woolworth’s style department store complete with a 125 seat cafeteria counter.
Broadway Arts Tower is a creative central for Broadway's revival.
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