Hotel Rosslyn Annex

The Hotel Rosslyn Annex is a historic building in Los Angeles, California built in 1923 at the corner of 5th and Main streets. The structure was designed by the firm Parkinson & Parkinson in the Beaux Arts style and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2013.[2]

Hotel Rosslyn Annex
Hotel Rosslyn Annex, Los Angeles.jpg
Southeast side of the Hotel Rosslyn Annex
Hotel Rosslyn Annex is located in Downtown Los Angeles
Hotel Rosslyn Annex
Location112 W. 5th St., Los Angeles, California
Coordinates34°02′48″N 118°14′56″W / 34.0468°N 118.2489°W / 34.0468; -118.2489Coordinates: 34°02′48″N 118°14′56″W / 34.0468°N 118.2489°W / 34.0468; -118.2489
ArchitectParkinson & Parkinson, George Edwin Bergstrom[1]
Architectural styleBeaux Arts
NRHP reference No.13000589
Added to NRHPAugust 13, 2013
The hotels depicted on a postcard, circa 1930 to 1945

The building is across the street from the original 800-room Rosslyn Hotel built in 1914. Designed as a twin, both were topped by mammoth glowing signs featuring the names surrounded by a heart, the shape acknowledging the Hart brothers who owned the hotels.[3]

The 264-unit Hotel Rosslyn Annex was renovated in 2015 to house a mix of homeless veteran, low-income and market-rate tenants.[4][1]

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  1. ^ a b "Rosslyn Hotel (Annex) Apartments | Los Angeles Conservancy".
  2. ^ Dory, Elysha (2011). "National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination: Hotel Rosslyn Annex" (PDF). National Park Service.
  3. ^ Pool, Bob (October 31, 2014) "DOWNTOWN L.A. SPEAKEASY RESTS EASY — FOR NOW" Los Angeles Times
  4. ^ Holland, Gale (September 9, 2014) "Restored Rosslyn Hotel annex will house 75 homeless veterans" Los Angeles Times

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