Grand Central Air Terminal

Glendale, CA

Market: Office


Frederick Fisher and Partners


2016 Preservation Design Award, California Preservation Foundation

Designed by Henry L. Gogerty in the Spanish Colonial Revival style with Art Deco and Moderne features, the historic terminal opened in 1929. The airport closed to air traffic in 1959, the runway was removed, and the terminal building became part of the Grand Central Business Centre. As part of a larger adaptive reuse project, SGH assessed the condition of the building enclosure and consulted on the building enclosure rehabilitation.