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This article's subject relates to Season 4 of 24.

The Rockland Building was located in downtown Los Angeles, California. IDS Data Systems had their offices on the 30th floor of the building.

Day 4[]

After picking up the Dobson Override device from Omar's compound, Henry Powell took it to the Rockland building to give to Ali, who started the process of using it to control the reactors of several nuclear power stations across the US. Shortly after 1pm, Powell spoke to Marianne Taylor from his office at the Rockland building, learning the location of Jack Bauer and Audrey Raines. ("1:00pm-2:00pm")

4x08 Powell's office

Powell exits the building

Powell left shortly after 2pm, speaking to Taylor again as he exited the building. He then went to the Larchmont Building to exit the city. ("2:00pm-3:00pm")

Terrorist ringleader Habib Marwan (using the alias of Harris Barnes) then made his way to the building to take over from Ali and control the override device directly.

Curtis Manning and two CTU field agents escorted Marianne Taylor (under arrest as a mole) to the Rockland Building to retrieve terrorist secrets from the hard drive of the deceased conspirator Henry Powell. When they arrived, all the employees were deserted from the floor and Curtis began to suspect they had walked into a trap. As Marianne attempted to retrieve the file, three of Marwan's associates (Forbes and two henchmen, Adam and Jason) captured Curtis after killing Marianne and the two CTU escorts. ("4:00pm-5:00pm")


Marwan kills Solarz before escaping

Later, Curtis freed himself, killed both Adam and Jason, and knocked out Forbes. When CTU subsequently raided the building, Agent Lee Castle shot Ali, and the dangerous Dobson Override device was retrieved by Jack Bauer and Curtis. However, the terrorist ringleader, Habib Marwan, killed at least two CTU field agents (among them Agent Solarz) and escaped. ("5:00pm-6:00pm")

Background information and notes[]

  • 1100 Wilshire, a failed office building which was converted into condominiums, was used for the Rockland Building.