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Elks Lodge No. 99 / Park Plaza Hotel (1930/2009)    Looking at the Elks Lodge from the south side of the building and the west edge of MacArthur Park. The building is from 1925 and by architect Claud Beelman

Elks Lodge No. 99 / Park Plaza Hotel Looking at the Elks Lodge from the south side of the building and the west edge of MacArthur Park. The building is from 1925 and by architect Claud Beelman

(ca. 2011)**# - Exterior view of the Park Plaza Hotel located at 607 Park View Street just off Wilshire Boulevard.

- Exterior view of the Park Plaza Hotel located at 607 Park View Street just off Wilshire Boulevard.

CA, Los Angeles - Park Plaza Hotel....formerly the B.P.O.E (Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks) Lodge #99 - across the street from MacArthur Park. Built 1923-24 and created in the Neo-Gothic style by art deco architect Claud Beelman. It is 11 concrete stories and was a private retreat for the BPOE which numbered in the thousands and included LA’s wealthy and powerful. The Elks sold the building in the early 1970s, it was transformed into one of the most coveted luxury hotels, Park…

The Elk's Lodge No. 99 / Park Plaza Hotel is located at 607 Park View St just off Wilshire Blvd across the street from MacArthur Park in Los Angeles, California.

The Da Camera Players @ Park Plaza Hotel (Los Angeles, CA)

The Da Camera Players

the park plaza hotel in los angeles - this is my favorite building - absolutely amazing in beauty and scale

the park plaza hotel in los angeles - this is my favorite building - absolutely amazing in beauty and scale

2011 - Done in the Gothic Revival architecture style (Neo-Gothic), the building still sports a brass sculpture of a set of elk antlers embedded in the clock above the grand entry to the building.  The building is now vacant and is mainly used as a rental for movie shoots and special events.

- Exterior view of the grand entry to the Plaza Hotel Building.

1924 - Exterior view of the Elks Club as seen from the park.   Eventually, the Elks sold the building due to shrinking attendance, and the building was transformed into a luxury hotel (Park Plaza Hotel), set perfectly then on the shores of what was once a very glamorous MacArthur Park.

- Exterior view of the Elks Club as seen from the park.

The Park Plaza Hotel - Los Angeles

The MacArthur (formerly The Park Plaza)

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