This is an absolutely rare opportunity to acquire a piece of art, one of the legendary and iconic building in the heart of the City of San Marino. This masterpiece is one of the prominent buildings designed by renowned USC architect, Theodore Pletsch. This 1935s built building sits on the most desirable lot in the city and at one time was the classic San Marino Tribune building for decades. The building is 2,618 sq.ft. on a 3,277 sq.ft. lot. Currently it is tenant occupied on a month-to-month lease. The owner has spared no expense to upgrade this two story building in 2013. The first floor has a high ceiling and open floor plan that allows various uses including retail storefront and office. The second level is two private offices with generous natural light through the skylights and a remodeled bathroom with a walk-in shower. The best part of this building is the added value of a roof top deck which is, very seldom found in a boutique building. The roof top is approximately 800 sq.ft which is not included in the building’s useable square footage. However, it is an excellent venue for black tie events and twilight functions while enjoying the gorgeous city and mountain views. In early 2013, a 18-by-52-foot mural, handcrafted by muralist Brian Kenyon, was painted on the building's east side wall to commemorate San Marino City’s centennial anniversary. The mural depicts the red wooden Pacific Electric No.1051 car, which was built the same year San Marino was found in 1913. To this day the mural of Red Car Mural is a much-appreciated and admired work of art in the City of San Marino. It is a tribute to the vision in the growth and development of the city and is one of the most popular photographed spots in the city. In addition, the location may qualify the business owner to utilize the highly sought-after San Marino School District. This one-of-a-kind masterpiece is a must see. This building will bring a pride of ownership for the new owner.