1999 Avenue of the Stars

1999 Avenue of the Stars
AIG SunAmericaTower.jpg
1999 Avenue of the Stars, 2008, before the AIG logo was removed.
General information
StatusCompleted
TypeCommercial offices
Architectural stylePostmodern
Location1999 Avenue of the Stars
Century City, Los Angeles, California
Coordinates34°03′31″N 118°25′01″W / 34.0587°N 118.4169°W / 34.0587; -118.4169Coordinates: 34°03′31″N 118°25′01″W / 34.0587°N 118.4169°W / 34.0587; -118.4169
Construction started1989
Completed1990
ManagementEQ Office
Height
Roof163 m (535 ft)
Technical details
Floor count39
Floor area824,106 sq ft (76,562.0 m2)
Lifts/elevators20
Design and construction
Architect(s)Johnson Fain
Structural engineerNabih Youssef Associates
Main contractorMorley Builders
References
[1][2][3]

1999 Avenue of the Stars, formerly SunAmerica Center, and before that, AIG–SunAmerica Center, is a 39-story, 534-foot (163 m) skyscraper in Century City, Los Angeles, California. The tower was completed in 1990. Designed by Johnson Fain, It is the twentieth-tallest building in Los Angeles and the third-tallest building in Century City. On-site parking is available in an eight-level attached garage.

SunAmerica Center received the BOMA International 2001/2002 Office Building of the Year Award.

In late March 2009, all visible AIG logos were removed from the building

Tenants

See also

References

  1. ^ "1999 Avenue of the Stars". CTBUH Skyscraper Center.
  2. ^ "Emporis building ID 116444". Emporis. Archived from the original on March 6, 2016.
  3. ^ "1999 Avenue of the Stars". SkyscraperPage.

External links

  • 1999 Avenue of the Stars official website
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