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Times Mirror Square

Summary
Times Mirror Square is a complex of buildings on the block bounded by Spring, Broadway, First and Second streets in the Civic Center district of Downtown Los Angeles. It was headquarters of the Los Angeles Times until 2018. It is currently vacant, with plans being proposed regarding how to best utilize the existing buildings and the total ground area of the site. Components Times Mirror Square includes: #The Los Angeles Times Building (or "Kaufmann Building") at the southwest corner of First and Spring Streets, opened in 1935. It was built as the headquarters of the Los Angeles Times and was designed in Art Deco style by Gordon B. Kaufmann. The building won a gold medal at the 1937 Paris Exposition. Harry Chandler, then the president and general manager of Times-Mirror Co., at its opening, declared the building a "monument to the progress of our city and Southern California". #The ten-story 1948 Mirror Building or
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