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433 S. Spring Street – Originally built in 1928 by the Title Insurance and Trust Company as its Headquarters, the Trust Building was designed by LA architects John and Donald Parkinson. Located on Spring Street, the building was home to several regional and national financial institutions making up the Spring Street Financial District. With its stunning Art Deco / Zig Zag Moderne style coupled with its deep roots in DTLA’s early development, the Trust Building received Historic-Cultural Monument status in LA.
Spanning 338,889 RSF, with floor plates ranging from 5,000-62,000 RSF, ceiling heights from 13’ to 32’ the Trust Building has a variety of space options for any kind of tenant looking in DTLA. On-site valet parking is provided along with ultra-high speed fiber internet, a full time concierge and a roof deck amenity.
The Trust Building offers a unique creative office environment combining the beauty of historic architecture with the perks of modern creative space. With a variety of square footages, the building boasts bright interiors, high-end finishes, polished concrete floors, exposed brick and breathtakingly high ceilings.
Current restoration includes the Trust Building’s exterior façade, main lobby and banking hall which will be re-imagined to their 1930’s and 1940’s appearances. The renovation is scheduled to be completed and open to new tenants in late 2018. Come schedule a tour today!
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