July 31, 1988 |
Pedestrians in particular may enjoy the show at downtown's $250-million 777 Tower in Citicorp Plaza. Design architect Fred Clarke said the sidewalk in front of the 53-story tower to be built at 8th and Figueroa streets will be "a work of art, with design elements, and possibly color." "It will," he emphasized, "be fun." The sidewalk design will be done in collaboration with an as yet unnamed Los Angeles artist.
July 12, 1987 |
A subsidiary of Japanese real estate giant Mitsubishi Estate Co. Ltd. and two other companies have signed an agreement to build two huge new office towers at Citicorp Plaza, one of downtown Los Angeles' most successful commercial complexes. Mitsubishi's involvement in the project will raise the number of downtown buildings owned partially or entirely by Japanese companies to at least 12. Two other projects slated to break ground within the next year will also involve Japanese firms.
April 17, 1991 |
Spring is upon us with a gentle vengeance. This season should come at the beginning of the year instead of sneaking in three months late. It makes us feel things are getting better. Well, the drought isn't so bad after all. The mayor and the chief have made up, sort of. The weather is lovely. Garlanded breezes stir myriad longings. Spring has inspired poetic thoughts through the centuries. Ah, the china-blue cup we call the sky. Ah, my love in a gossamer frock. Ah, corporation. Corporation?
April 12, 1987
Richard Ellis Inc., a real estate investment adviser firm that began 214 years ago in London and 11 years ago in the United States, has opened an office in Citicorp Plaza, 725 S. Figueroa St., Suite 1590.
January 19, 1986
Commitments have been made for 60 of the 67 available retail locations at Seventh Market Place, the shopping mall under construction at Citicorp Plaza. A March opening is scheduled for the center, anchored by May Co. and Bullock's department stores, according to a spokeswoman for Oxford-Prudential Joint Venture, general partner of the project on Figueroa Street between 7th and 8th streets.
January 27, 1985
An October opening is scheduled for Citicorp Center, the first of three office towers planned for the $650-million, 7.9-acre Citicorp Plaza project at 7th and Figueroa streets in downtown Los Angeles, according to a spokesman for Oxford-Prudential Joint Venture, the developers. The first phase of Citicorp Plaza will also include a three-level retail mall anchored by Bullocks and May Co. department stores.