The law office of Davis Levin Livingston is located in Davis Levin Livingston Place in downtown Honolulu. While we call this building our second home, locals call it Hawaii’s first “skyscraper.” In fact, it has been nominated to Hawaii’s National Register of Historic Places.
Attorney-Partner Mark Davis is so proud of both our law firm and the building we work in. Recently, he was able to show off his pride by hosting a private tour of Davis Levin Livingston Place for Wendy Tolleson of the Historic Hawai’i Foundation and Columnist/Consultant Bob Sigall.
During the tour, Mark shared all sorts of amazing historical facts about the Davis Levin Livingston Place building. For example, did you know that it is the first building in the Pacific with an electric passenger elevator? Or that it acted as the house of the Honolulu Stock Exchange for nearly a century? It was a fantastic time for him to share his second passion: local Hawaiian history.
From all of us at the firm, we want to thank Wendy and Bob for joining Mark in this fun and educational opportunity. If you would like to know more about the building and the recent tour, you can click here to visit the full article from Wendy Tolleson. If you want to know more about Davis Levin Livingston and the work that we do, please feel free to contact us at any time.