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The Continental Building
 408 S. Spring St, Los Angeles, CA 90013

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The Continental Building was originally called the Braly Building when it was 
completed in 1904, named for John Hyde Braly. He was one of California's 
early pioneers arriving in Northern California with his family a few months
 before the Gold Rush of 1849. He was a farmer and school superintendent 
in Santa Clara Valley before coming to Los Angeles in 1891, where he became 
a succesful banker. As president of the syndicate that constructed the Braley 
Block, he was priviliged to have the building named after him. 
Regarded as a triumph of modern technology, the TIMES gushingly bestowing its title as the most absolutely fireproof building in the city. Another feature of note, at least for devotees of detail, was its Paul vacuum steam heating system.

Pricing/Size
660-2675 sq ft. Loft Features High ceilings, concrete floors, individual heat and air w/ thermostat in unit, high speed T1 internet access, Direct TV available, pets welcome Kitchen Honed granite counter top, gas stove and range, dishwasher, garbage disposal, refrigerator and cabinets. Bathroom Porcelain bathtub with slate tile shower enclosure Other 12 story building, 56 units, 12th floor units have walk-up loft areas, Unit ceiling heights up to 22 feet, Penthouse unit with terrace
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