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An Occasional Look at Innovative, Unusual and Inspiring Work Spaces

October 01, 2000|LISA GIRION

Where: 11th-floor tower office, Hollywood First National Bank building, circa 1927, on Hollywood Boulevard.

* Who: William Mutual, founder and chairman, Popcast.com.

* Details: 360-degree views, perimeter balcony, 4-foot gargoyles.

* Trivia: Building was Daily Planet in old "Superman" television series. Mutual's balcony was the perch from which the journalist-turned-hero took flight.

* Benefits: Mutual uses the balcony as a vantage point for Webcasting such events as movie premieres at the Mann's Chinese and El Capitan theaters below.

* Best part: "The light is fantastic. The gargoyles are my friends," Mutual says.

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If you think you've got an interesting work space, write Work Place, Business Section, Los Angeles Times, 202 W. 1st St., Los Angeles, CA 90012, or e-mail workplace@latimes.com.

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