Historic Resource Assessments
400 South alameda street
arts district, Los Angeles, California
Chattel completed a Historic Resource Assessment for the Stockwell-Haley Company building, originally a four-story mattress factory of mill construction designed by architect Robert B. Young and completed in 1908.
hollywood, Los Angeles, California
The Streamline Moderne former Gilmore Gas Station, built in 1935, was comprehensively rehabilitated and creatively reimagined as a drive-thru and walk-up coffee shop for the Melrose neighborhood in Hollywood. Designated as a Historic-Cultural Monument in 1990, the gas station had been a backdrop for famous film and photo shoots including Herb Ritts’ 1984 “Fred with Tires”. It closed in the 1990s and was vacant until Chattel worked with Starbucks, Valerio and a team of specialists to develop a rehabilitation plan that brought this beloved neighborhood landmark back to life.
notre dame high school
Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles, California
Chattel consulted on the Master Plan for the Notre Dame High School campus located in the Sherman Oaks neighborhood of Los Angeles.
HARVEY MUDD COLLEGE
Chattel evaluated Harvey Mudd College, one of the Claremont Colleges, for historic significance and assessed the cultural resource impacts of the 2010 Master Plan Amendment. Developed between 1957 and 1972, the historic core of the Harvey Mudd College campus is significant for its design and planning by architects Edward Durell Stone and Earl Hetschmidt, as well as landscape architects Thomas Church ad Ralph Cornell.