The Bradbury Building in Downtown Los Angeles is an architectural dream. On the National Register of Historic Places, this Victorian Landmark was built in 1893. It is the oldest remaining commercial building in L.A. and contains a courtyard, ornate iron decoration, marble stairs and cage elevators. Sumner Hunt and George Wyman served as architectural designers while funding for the building was put up by gold mine millionaire Lewis L. Bradbury. It has been featured in many tv shows, movies and music videos.