“Architectural and Historically significant building in Los Angeles. The newly restored Center is a unique structure consisting of four distinct levels that provide a variety of locations in one venue. Finished in 1908, the building expresses the beauty of a grand church without the symbolism of one. This allows for a greater range of appearances, including court house, opera house, museum, theatre, government and assembly buildings, commercial and office buildings, estate grounds, etc. The main hall provides a general seating of up to 700 made of pews carved from single pieces of mahogany, and a preferredseating area of up to 300. Rising ninety feet above the auditorium floor, the dome creates an encircling grandeur over a spacious and fully restored interior.
Other unique offerings include:
• A yoga hall with original hardwood flooring that seats 450 and hosts events from receptions and galas to yoga workshops
• An additional secondstory house (3600 SF) that includes an industrial kitchen, a yoga studio, bedrooms, office space and a 100space parking lot
• Rare pipe organs
• Outdoor sitting space in a shade garden and a vegetable garden
Architectural features: large Grecian columns; vaulted ceilings; dormer, casement and arched windows; colonnade supporting peaked roof; original brick, stucco, concrete, terracotta; a high copper clad dome (then the world’ s largest poured concrete dome); wood paneled walls and tiled floors; historic wood paneled interior elevator.”
100space parking available on site.