The workplace of Raymond K. Hessel was a liquor store on Harry Bridges Blvd. (formerly B St.), somewhere between Figueroa and Neptune (where two other Fight Club locations were)(Possibly on Wilmington Blvd., I'm still not sure). It was also seen in The Rose.
The "Lou's Tavern" building (shown previously) was on the corner of Harry Bridges and Figueroa. It was Shipwreck Joey's, a former topless bar.
Tyler Durden's house, which served as the base of operations for Project Mayhem, was built for the production on the corner of Harry Bridges and Neptune Ave. It was known as the "Paper Street house", but not refered to as such in the movie.
The tire shop is on the corner of Avalon and E St., and it's the only one of these locations still standing.
Interestingly for such an "anti-consumerist" movie, there are several product placements, including the Goodyear banner seen here, and the coke machine in the back of Raymond K. Hessel's store. (Think about it, when have you ever seen a coke machine outside a liquor store? Much less behind one??)
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