Paradox Iron Building
Located within the Brewery Art Colony in DTLA, the complex was built in 1903 - starting out as an electric steam power plant, then a Pabst Blue Ribbon Brewery, and, finally, the largest artists' colony in the world. The "Paradox" facade on this particular building is not original even though it looks aged. It was actually the film location for a scene in Bruce Willis' 1994 film "The Color of Night." You might also remember the interior in the blockbuster "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?" The brewery complex is near other DTLA landmarks such as Chinatown, Union Station, and the Fashion District.