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Building History

Bulding HistoryOriginally built in 1979 as the Long Beach Athletic and Racquetball Club the club operated in the building for nearly a decade. With decreasing membership levels and a high demand for office space the building was sold and the club ceased operations. The new building owners   converted the building to a general office building in 1987. The 22,000 square foot building was one of the premier office locations in Bixby knolls serving as a home to such companies as Chicago Title Company, Wall Street Realty, and Xerox Corp. After many years of successful operation as a class A office building, the property was sold to an investment group who saw the potential for prime executive office suites. The Wall Street Building was designed by a talented group of interior designers, space planners and contractors. With 30 foot high atrium ceilings, the lobby is washed in natural lighting from scores of skylights as well as the up lighting found in the open beams. The effect is an unexpected delight to many visitors when first entering.

Themed artwork was selected and placed throughout the building to create a professional, yet artistic environment. Hidden, indirect and recessed lighting provides an elegant, yet functional lighting at night. The building designers carefully selected large glass panels to be placed in all the lobby offices facing onto the atrium, creating a sense of openness while allowing clients to shutter windows when necessary for privacy.

Today, the Wall Street Building thrives under the Operation of Ernst & Haas Management Co., serving accountants, financial planners, investors, and small businesses in a professional office environment, containing the the support services needed to create business success.

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