Architect: Meyer and Holler
Builder: W.L. Porterfield
A charming Italian Mediterranean office building terraced down the bluff, where its lower archway linked up with the Pike's Walk of a Thousand Lights. The octagonal tower with terra cotta tile roof is a visual landmark of the Long Beach skyline; however, its lantern is missing. The entry dooryway is crowned by a broken pediment, adorned by a shield with sea shells and the face of Neptune. The interior is also well preserved. The architects are most famous for some of their Hollywood Buildings: Grauman's Chinese Theater and the Egyptian Theater.