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  • #TBT: 612 S. Broadway
    Welcome to #TBT or “Throwback Thursday,” a monthly feature exploring the history of L.A.’s real estate. Renderings for 612 and 620 S. Broadway; Desmond’s Department Store in 1939 (Sources: RE Back Office, McCall Design Group, Los Angeles Public Library) Building Address: 612 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90014 Year Built: 1924 Nearly a century ago, 612 S. Broadway in Downtown Los Angeles was home to Desmond’s Department Store, a prominent retailer of men’s and women’s clothing featuring a distinctive terra cotta face with twisting columns, balconies, and an ornamental pediment. Founded by Daniel Desmond in 1924, the department store was designed by famed local architect Albert C. Martin who established the architecture firm now known as A.C. Martin Partners. In a story on Desmond’s opening by the LA Times, the newspaper described the store’s novel features: “The lounge, with its inviting fireplace for men, a patio, for women, with a tinkling fountain, a college section for the... Read more »
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