Constructed with brilliance in mind, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power offers an amazing and accessible view of the city. Founded more than 100 years ago, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power is the largest municipal water and power utility in the nation delivering clean water and electricity to approximately 3.8 million residents and business in Los Angeles.
I had stumbled across this location a while ago and thought everyone should know about it. For the most part, amazing views of the city require finding ways to sneak onto rooftops that are not easily accessible, which can discourage people. The LADWP allows anyone to simply walk in and enjoy the view on concrete benches that are positioned around the building. Starting from the ground level, the building’s architecture is truly admiring. The shallow waters that surround the main level give the view an enhanced touch and a unique vibe. The view is accessible at any time since the LADWP never closes the outside area for people to visit. The building is located at 111 North Hope Street, Los Angeles near famous attractions such as the Walt Disney Hall, The Broad, and Grand Park.
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