NeueHouse Puts Down Roots at 19th Century Bradbury Building
The classic 1982 dystopian thriller Blade Runner took place in Los Angeles in the year 2019 and was partially filmed in the city’s 19th-century Bradbury Building—a National Historic Landmark that boasts ornate ironwork, Italian marble staircases, and a 50-foot-high arcade-style atrium. Fortunately, LA circa-2020 is much brighter than its cinematic stand-in.
For proof, look no further than Downtown LA’s boomtown-like revival and new spaces like NeueHouse Bradbury, the workspace and cultural home for creators, innovators, and thought leaders located on the building’s second floor.
As the third in the brand’s portfolio, and the second in LA, the Bradbury location remains specifically iconic. “I’ve been to 80 countries and have seen the most significant pieces of architecture around,” says NeueHouse CEO Josh Wyatt. “It’s a deeply emotional experience to walk into this building.”
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