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California Mid-Century Modern Office Buildings (page 6)

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City Hall
Palm Springs, CA
Palm Springs City Hall was designed by Albert Frey and built from 1952-1957. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

Stuart Pharmaceutical Factory
Pasadena, CA
The Stuart Pharmaceutical Factory was designed by Edward Durell Stone and built in 1958. From 2006-2008, the buildings were converted into luxury apartments, now known as "The Stuart at Sierra Madre Villa". Many of the original details have been left intact including the screen walls, hanging planters, as well as the company's pool and locker rooms. For more, see this website. [map]

General Telephone Building
Pomona, CA
Executive Plaza Suites
Rancho Mirage, CA
The General Telephone Building may have been built in 1936. If so, there was obviously a mid-century makeover later, most likely in the 1950s. The building later housed Verizon. Since 2016, it has housed Frontier Communications. [map]

The Executive Plaza Suites building appears to be from the 1960s or 1970s. [map]

San Mateo County Hall of Justice
Redwood City, CA
The San Mateo County Hall of Justice was designed by Michael Goodman and built from 1954-1956. [map]

Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Building
Sacramento, CA
The Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Building was designed by Hertzka & Knowles and built in 1963. The building now houses AT&T. For more, see this website. [map]

Court Plaza Building
Sacramento, CA
The Court Plaza Building was built in 1964. For more, see this website. [map]

State Employees Building Corporation
Sacramento, CA
The State Employees Building Corporation building was built in 1960. It now houses the Golden 1 Credit Union. The building features a Thinlite glass curtain wall. It is currently endangered. For more, see this website.

More Sacramento Mid-Century Modern Office Buildings:
Water Department