2127 California St.

2127 California St. is an 8-story building with a brick and Indiana limestone  facade, containing 118 units. It was built in 1926, and in 1927 was named Le Bourget in honor of the field in France where Charles Lindbergh landed the first transatlantic flight. The architects were George Nicholas Ray and Clarke Waggaman.

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