09 Nov Four Gables (1927)
Four Gables, designed by Leland A. Bryant, is a sixteen unit apartment building in the French Chateau style. The structure exhibits both gothic and tudor elements or “Tudorbethan.” Over the years, it was home to many involved in the entertainment industry. Architecturally, the building is Chateauesque in style. This imagery is conveyed through the use of several Medieval-derived elements: a small corner tower, or tourelle, located at the northeast corner of the building; gabled dormers that pierce the roofline; and masonry chimneys.