The California Plaza project consists of two skyscraper towers, One California Plaza and Two California Plaza. The latter stands 230 m (750-ft) in LA’s downtown Bunker Hill District, and is home to LA’s Museum of Contemporary Art (MoCA), the Los Angeles Omni Hotel, Colburn School of Performing Arts, and a 1.5-acre water court.
The original plan for the California Plaza included three towers, but only two were completed. Three California Plaza was intended to be a 65-floor building located slightly north of 4th Street and across from Olive Street. It was to face the Plaza’s other two structures, and intended to be the permanent headquarters of the Metropolitan Water District. However, the site is currently occupied by the entrance to Pershing Square subway station.
The courtyard of the California Plaza features an elaborate dancing water fountain, as well as the upper station of the Angels Flight funicular railway. Linked to the plaza is also an apartment tower, as well as the Museum of Contemporary Art.
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