City National Plaza

City National Plaza is a twin tower skyscraper complex in downtown Los Angeles, California, comprising City National Tower and Paul Hastings Tower. The 213.1 m (699 ft) 52-story structures are located on the site of the Art Deco Richfield Tower, that was designed by Morgan, Walls & Clements in the 1920s, and what is now the Paul Hastings Tower, became the new world headquarters for the Atlantic Richfield Company (ARCO).

Featured throughout the 1971 movie The Omega Man, which was filmed during the Plaza's construction phase.

Plaza area and water sculpture featured in the 1976 film, Marathon Man.

The north "Paul Hastings" tower was depicted as being struck by an air-to-air Sidewinder missile (a shot which utilized a detailed miniature of both towers), in the 1983 film, Blue Thunder.
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