Union Bank Plaza
Union Bank Plaza is an iconic property in downtown Los Angeles. The tower was originally built in the late 60s and the first downtown skyscraper to be designated a Historic-Cultural Monument by the Los Angeles Conservancy. Recent renovations to the existing building include over 700 LF of cast-in-place planter walls & approximately 15,000 SF of new decorative flatwork. Both the flat and vertical concrete elements on the project alternate between bright white and jet black in color. Due to the project’s historic nature the upper-level of the property was to closely match the existing architectural elements of the 1960s while the lower-level plaza introduces a new vibrant palette within Los Angeles’ Bunker Hill neighborhood.