William Randolph Hearst founds the Los Angeles Examiner in 1903, creating it to assist in his bid for the presidential nomination on the Democratic ticket. The paper, which complements his already established San Francisco Examiner, would become one of the biggest in the Western United States.
The Herald examiner building
Designed by Julia Morgan for William Randolph Hearst, The Herald Examiner Building is an architectural icon on Broadway. Preserving its historic nature, while paying homage to the luxe glamour of its design, The Georgetown Company is working with Gensler to transform the iconic Building into a distinctly modern workplace environment and unparalleled retail and restaurant opportunity.
Tenants of all sizes will love the irreplaceable finishes, soaring ceiling heights, operable leaded windows and sawtooth skylights in a true historic gem. Approximately 100,000 SF on five floors, the Building offers a unique opportunity to experience truly authentic creative office, making a statement to the community and the world.
In addition to creative office space, numerous retail configurations are possible with signage along Broadway, 11th and the newly created Paseo. Awning-lined outdoor bistro seating in the original grand arched window frames will take advantage of the newly-designed Broadway streetscape, perfect for a café or showroom.
View our Article in the LA Times