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"Art Deco Jewel"

Completed in 1930, the Eastern Columbia Building is a 264 feet (80.46 meter) tall building that was intended to be the Eastern-Columbia Department Store's thirty-ninth store and headquarters. Constructed in beautiful Art Deco style, with a unique turquoise facade, the building is a well-recognized feature of downtown. Its crowning glory is the monumental four-sided clock tower, illuminated and proudly emblazoned with the word EASTERN.
849 South Broadway, Los Angeles, CA, United States, 90014
"Art Deco Jewel"
Completed in 1930, the Eastern Columbia Building is a 264 feet (80.46 meter) tall building that was intended to be the Eastern-Columbia Department Store's thirty-ninth store and headquarters. Constructed in beautiful Art Deco style, with a unique turquoise facade, the building is a well-recognized feature of downtown. Its crowning glory is the monumental four-sided clock tower, illuminated and proudly emblazoned with the word EASTERN.
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