This is the oldest commercial building remaining in Los Angeles built in 1893. Visit the inside to see a Victorian court that rises almost fifty feet with open cage elevators, marble stairs, and ornate iron railings.
The interior of this building is gorgeous with a huge skylight, intricate iron works, and soaring birdcage elevators.
I'm glad we opened the doors and went in because the outside of the building doesn't say much. We walked the first floor and climbed the stairs to the first landing, but all the rest of the building (including the elevators) was closed to the public unless you are there for business.
It was worth a 10 minute stop and was located right across the street from the Grand Central Market where we ate lunch.