Higgins Building

108 W 2nd St Los Angeles, CA 90012
Historic Core
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The Higgins Building is a proto-Modernist concrete framed building rendered in the Beaux-Arts style located in downtown Los Angeles, California. Completed in 1910 by owner Thomas Higgins, an Irish American, the 10-story building was originally used for office space. The Engineers and Architects were Albert C. Martin, Sr. and A.L. Haley.[2] It has been designated as a historical monument by the City as Historic-Cultural Monument #873. Although designed as an 8 story high building, it was decided during the construction stage to add 2 additional floors in order to hold the reputation as being the highest building in the city centre.


• Mills Act approved
• Classic Beux-Arts Architecture
• Classic Beux-Arts Architecture
• World Class Edison Bar in Basement
• Iron Caged Elevators Rebuilt in Birds Eye Maple
• 24/7 Security Gaurded Entrance
• 10 Stories
• Mosaic Tile Flooring
• Zinc Covered Doors and Windows
• Polished Concrete Floors
• Gourmet Stainless Steel Kitchens
• Imported Marble Wainscoting Throughout Hallways
• Exposed Ceilings
• Washer and Dryer (in most units)
• Period Iron-worked Hand-railing