Aon Center (Los Angeles)
The Aon Center is a 262 -meter-high, 62- story skyscraper in Los Angeles. It was opened in 1974 and was the tallest building in Los Angeles, until it was surpassed in 1990 by the 310 -meter-high U.S. Bank Tower. Since then, it is still the second highest building of the city. The building has a square base and a black exterior with white corners. Is the red logo of Aon Corporation at the top.
On May 4, 1988 broke on the 12th floor of a fire, one person killed and 40 others were injured. In addition, five floors were destroyed. The damage was 50 million U.S. dollars and the repairs took four months.