Also known as Pelli Tower, the 777 Tower is a 53-story office building that was designed by César Pelli in 1988~91. It is currently the sixth highest tower in Los Angeles and ranks 87th among all tall buildings in the United States. It was named the BOMA "Building of the Year" in 1996.
The exterior of the 777 Tower is elegantly finished with sculptured white metal and glass, and its interior contains a three-story-high Italian marble lobby. The skyscraper stands adjacent to the 41-story Ernst & Young Tower and, together with an attached 40-store shopping center, they make up the complex known as 7th + FIG Plaza.
The 777 Tower offers tenants slightly over one million square feet of floor space. Major tenants currently housed here include American International Group, Marsh & McLennan, and Kirkland & Ellis. The tower is owned by Maguire Properties Inc., an L.A.-based real estate investment trust that also owns the U.S. Bank Tower.
The 777 Tower is located at 777 South Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, California 90017-5800, where it is almost completely unobstructed by other buildings. This makes the building a very prominent landmark when viewed from the south.