The SunAmerica Center before the AIG logo was removed.
|Location||1999 Avenue of the Stars
Century City, Los Angeles, California
|Roof||163 m (535 ft)|
|Floor area||824,106 sq ft (76,562.0 m2)|
|Design and construction|
|Structural engineer||Nabih Youssef Associates|
|Main contractor||Morley Builders|
SunAmerica Center (formerly called the AIG–SunAmerica Center) is a 39-story, 534-foot (163 m) skyscraper in Century City, Los Angeles, California. The tower was completed in 1990. Designed by Johnson Fain, It is the twentieth-tallest building in Los Angeles and the third-tallest building in Century City. On-site parking is available in an eight-level attached garage.
SunAmerica Center received the BOMA International 2001/2002 Office Building of the Year Award.
In late March 2009, all visible AIG logos were removed from the building.