The Grand Ave. groundbreaking ceremony ushered in the beginning of the downtown Los Angeles Colburn School’s permanent location. Colburn School administration surveys onsite construction for the School’s Grand Ave. build. View of the Colburn School’s site development from early excavation and foundation preparations. View facing the Olive building from the Colburn Plaza which also features the Colburn Café that serves students, faculty, staff, and the general public. Named after Herbert Zipper, a key figure in the history of the School’s development, the Zipper Hall seats 430 and resides in the Grand Ave. building of the Colburn School. Named after former Executive Director Toby Mayman (1980 to 1999), Mayman Hall resides on the second floor of the Grand Ave. building.