Wilshire Christian Church Building

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Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument No. 209

Wilshire Christian Church Building (1927, Robert H. Orr) was declared a historical landmark on January 17, 1979. It is on the northeast corner of Wilshire and 634 South Normandie.

The property is in a Methane Buffer Zone. Terra-Petra, a certified testing agency for methane soil gas investigations, has certified that there are non-detectable levels of methane gas in the soil and that the church as being intrinsically safe from methane gas matters.

December 2012. 3-STORY CHILDREN’S/OFFICE BUILDING ACCESSSORY TO CHURCH.

Early Start demolition of interior non-structural partitions, ceilings, exterior windows and doors associated with permit application 12016-10000-23334.
PERMIT ISSUED: Yes PERMIT ISSUE DATE: 01/09/2013

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