Circa Complex

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Former namesCirca LA; Circa Twin Towers; Circa Complex
General information
TypeRetail and Residential
Location1200 S. Figueroa St.
Los Angeles, California
Coordinates 34°02′35″N118°16′02″W / 34.04306°N 118.26722°W / 34.04306; -118.26722 Coordinates: 34°02′35″N118°16′02″W / 34.04306°N 118.26722°W / 34.04306; -118.26722
Construction started2016
Cost$500 Million
Architectural121.9 m (400 ft)
Top floor121.9 m (400 ft)
Technical details
Floor count35
2 below ground
Floor area2 Million Sq/ft
Design and construction
Architect Harley Ellis Deveraux
Hanson LA
Developer Jamison Services; Hankey Capitol
Main contractor Wilshire Construction Group

Circa, formerly 1200 Figueroa, is a twin tower 400-foot (121.9 m) skyscraper complex at 1200 Figueroa Street in downtown Los Angeles, California.



The developer is Hankey Investment Group. The complex is adjacent to the Pico/Chick Hearn Station of LA's Metro rail public transit station.


The site was a vacant parking lot used by Staples Center patrons in the South Park neighborhood of Downtown Los Angeles. Construction began in 2015. [2]

The west facing front of the building features large LED screens facing Staples Center and LA Live entertainment district. Circa has added 48,000 sq ft of retail space. The development is part of a trio of buildings currently under construction allowed to add giant video advert screens facing Figueroa Ave. Along with Oceanwide Plaza Towers and the Luxe Development. [2]

In 2018, the 648 apartment complex topped off and move ins began October 2018. [2] [3]

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