1001 N Poinsettia Pl West Hollywood, CA USA

1001 N Poinsettia Pl

Construction date: 1965*






Spanish Colonial Revival


Status of Historic Designation:

Not currently designated at national, state, or local level

Status Code:



Postwar West Hollywood

Period of Significance:

1946 - 1965


Though it is a film and photography studio standing on the former site of a 1920s movie studio, the building has no association with that studio, which was demolished before this building was constructed. The property is now occupied by The Paladin Group, which was founded in 1977.

Evaluation of Potential Eligibility:

Not eligible / non-contributing

Architectural Description:

This is a 2-story industrial building in the Spanish Colonial Revival style built in 1965. The building is rectangular in plan. Exterior walls are original brick and stucco. The building has a hipped gable roof clad in terra-cotta tiles. The rear portion of the building is a sound state that is covered by a flat roof. The primary elevation facing Romaine Street has multi-light windows in arched openings on the first story. On the second story, openings are tall with glazed double doors and wrought iron balconettes. On the south end of the Romaine Street elevation there are vertical multi light casement windows in pairs or triplets. The remainder of the elevation is mostly a blank wall. The main entryway is a single paneled door at the corner of Poinsettia and Romaine Streets.

* Date source: Los Angeles County Office of the Assessor

Description generated by RuskinARC.