Public Art in the Figueroa Corridor and Financial District

The Figueroa Corridor and Financial District is bordered by Pico Boulevard on the south side, and by First Street on the north side. It is an area of commercial buildings (many of which date back to the early part of the 20th century), and contemporary public works of art. This page describes public art works on Figueroa boulevard, Wells Fargo Center, California Plaza, YMCA, Los Angeles Public Library, Bunker Hill, and Pershing Square. East of this area is the Grand Hope Park. Do not reproduce information from this site without acknowledgement of the artists and their works, or of the authors of this site.

Figueroa Corridor

Figueroa and Fourth (4th) Street.

Figueroa and Fifth (5th) St.

Figueroa and Wilshire Boulevard

Sanwa Bank, Albert C. Martin & Associates, 1989. Former site of St. Paul's Cathedral, an Italian Renaissance and Romanesque building, 1924-1979.

Figueroa and Seventh (7th) Street.

Figueroa and Eighth (8th) Street.

Figueroa and Nineth (9th) Street.

Figueroa and Olympic Boulevard

Figueroa and Pico


Bunker Hill

This page provides a brief historical overview of the development of Bunker Hill, and information about public art projects, particularly in the following areas: Bunker Hill steps and surrounding area, 444 Flower building, Downtown YMCA, 333 S. Hope Street (formerly Security Pacific Tower, now Arco Center), Wells Fargo Center and Plaza, California Plaza and surrounding area, and Angels Flight.

Los Angeles Public Library Area (5th St. Flower, and Hope)




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Photos taken by Ruth Wallach
Page maintained by Ruth Wallach, USC Libraries

02/2017