777 Tower

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777 Tower
777 Tower Los Angeles Pelli LC-HS503-502.jpg
Alternative names 7th + FIG
Citicorp Center
Pelli Tower
General information
Status Complete
Type Commercial offices
Location 777 South Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, California
Coordinates 34°02′54″N 118°15′41″W / 34.04845°N 118.26138°W / 34.04845; -118.26138Coordinates: 34°02′54″N 118°15′41″W / 34.04845°N 118.26138°W / 34.04845; -118.26138
Construction started 1988
Completed 1991
Cost US$250 million
Owner Brookfield Office Properties
Roof 220.98 m (725.0 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 55
Floor area 1,025,000 sq ft (95,200 m2)
Lifts/elevators 33
Design and construction
Architect César Pelli
Developer South Figueroa Plaza Associates
Structural engineer John A. Martin & Associates

777 Tower (also known as Pelli Tower) is a 221 m (725 ft), 52-story skyscraper designed by César Pelli in the Financial District of Downtown Los Angeles, California.

Developed in 1991 by South Figueroa Plaza Associates, the building contains approximately 1,025,000 sq ft (95,200 m2) and a three-story Italian marble lobby. The exterior is clad with sculpted white metal and glass. The tower is adjacent to the 7+Fig Shopping Center and was purchased from Maguire Properties by owner, Brookfield Office Properties.[6][7] A shot of the tower under construction can been seen looking from 12th street in the 1989 comedy Police Academy 6: City Under Siege.




777 tower 
777 Tower, 801 Tower, and TCW Tower (From left to right) 
Looking up to the 777 Tower from 7th+Fig Plaza 


  1. ^ 777 Tower at CTBUH Skyscraper Database
  2. ^ 777 Tower at Emporis
  3. ^ 777 Tower at Glass Steel and Stone
  4. ^ 777 Tower at SkyscraperPage
  5. ^ 777 Tower at Structurae
  6. ^ Leon Whiteson (April 8, 1990). "Pelli Stretches His Skin to New Heights". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 3 September 2010. 
  7. ^ Roger Vincent (April 26, 2013). "New York firm soon to be downtown L.A.'s biggest landlord". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 28 April 2013. 
  8. ^ Template:Url=https://www.rbccm.com/about/cid-151593.html
  9. ^ Lawrence Aldava (June 29, 2011). "More Companies Relocating to Downtown LA". DTLA Rising. Retrieved 1 September 2012. 

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