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Chateau Laurier evokes Los Angeles of an earlier era

Chateau Laurier evokes Los Angeles of an earlier era

| August 3, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Peter Bruckback Guest columnist Driving down S. Wilton Pl., the French-inspired Chateau Laurier sits on the northwest corner of Wilton Pl. and Fifth St. The four-story building was erected in 1929 and designed by Leland Bryant, an architect known for implementing arches and turrets in his designs all over Los Angeles. The Chateau became […]

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