Los Angeles Lofts For Rent

Lofts, condos and apartments for lease in Downtown Los Angeles include loft rentals, privately owned condominium units for rent and high-rise rental apartments. #losangeles #loftsforrent

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Lofts For Rent in Los Angeles

Looking for Lofts in Los Angeles? Finding an awesome loft for lease that’s a great deal can be a challenge until one has access to all of the hard-to-find bargains. Historic buildings with lofts for rent give tremendous character with high ceilings, lots of big windows and natural light, original brick, polished concrete floors, modern bathrooms and kitchens with stainless steel appliances, outdoor space including spacious rooftop decks with views and hot tub spa.

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The secret is to avoid spending all resources by browsing hundreds of rentals that may or may not match what the prospective renter is looking for, only to miss out on the perfect loft. By using free resources and affordable, non-risky services, would-be urbanites can feel confident that they have not wasted time looking at the wrong properties, and that they have seen the best matches including the best Los Angeles lofts for rent listings, rental home search websites, condo lease listings, unlisted loft rentals, pocket listings, off-market apartments, unadvertised bargains and upgraded rental tours.

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8th and Hope Apartments Downtown Los Angeles

8th and Hope Apartments Downtown Los Angeles

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Murder on Flower Street

Loft Crimes   #murder #flowerstreet

Downtown Los Angeles  —  The Los Angeles Times gave a written account that began with “Lisa Ramirez was the heart and soul of the Flower Street Lofts.” She was the beloved maintenance lady of the building that is the cool and hip original industrial live/work loft structure in South Park. In the rapidly escalating now-upscale neighborhood in the southwest corner of Downtown Los Angeles, Miss Ramirez worked just a block away from L.A. LIVE and the Ritz-Carlton, in the modernized residential building that has been a low-profile sanctuary surrounded by the most exciting place on earth, DTLA — until the unthinkable happened on January 10.

Lisa Ramirez Beloved Flower Street Lofts Cleaning Lady

Lisa Ramirez worked at at the building.

Lisa had no way of knowing that a dangerous psychopath was staying with one of the residents.  Michael Rogers, a deranged boyfriend of a resident at the building, followed Lisa out of the complex and then forcibly hauled her into his girlfriend’s unit where he stabbed her repeatedly with a large knife. The motive was unknown, but, according to the Times, the killer then proceeded to walk down Hope Street carrying the knife, and attempted to carjack a vehicle.  After the driver called the police, the officers responded and ended up shooting Rogers dead on the street.

Behind the scenes, the residents included a couple of loft specialist real estate professionals known for sharing their knowledge and love of Downtown lofts. They, along with many other residents who knew victim Lisa Ramirez as their every-day cheerful cleaning woman, would be stricken with grief and anxiety as the breakneck pace of neighborhood change is suddenly combined with a jolting murder of Lisa, who was an uplifting friend and beloved, indispensable fixture of the community as reported by the Los Angeles Times.

Why did this happen? Can tragedies be prevented?

Other residents in the building have been on edge as noisy new build construction projects sandwich the building on both sides. Some locals reported that they had to move on. Others are hanging on and working to figure out how to prevent future calamities. The pace of excited new Downtowners moving into Downtown L.A. has not slowed. Enthusiastic renters and home buyers are not hesitating to snap up the great deals on some amazing New York style lofts with concrete features, high ceilings, large windows, modern kitchens, large walk-in closets and luxury bathrooms.

Walking her cute little pugs, one affected resident, a seasoned lady, angrily shouts “Don’t prop open the gate!” When asked about the recent murder, the resident responds “that’s how the murderer got in, when real estate agents propped open the gates.” When asked if real estate agents let in the murderer, the realty professionals who lived in the building denied involvement, insisting that they did not let the murderer in, and reminding us that the murderer lived at the complex with resident girlfriend Jennifer Tallent. The murderer presumably had keys to the complex and loft unit.

As his past is reviewed for clues, killer Michael Dwaine Rogers represents a confusing contradiction between the violent domestic abuser and murderer, combined with the positive memories of his long-time relationships with girlfriend and fond memorials from family members. What caused Michael Rogers to go on a murderous rampage, violently taking the life of such an innocent, happy woman as Lisa Ramirez?

Flower Street Murderer stopped by LAPD on Hope Street

Flower Street Murderer stopped by LAPD on Hope Street

No answer or reason can be found to this dichotomy that was Michael D. Rogers, a brutal abuser who also demonstrated moments of loyalty, love and caring. An extreme example of a most extreme case — this contradiction of love and hate. While most will not personally encounter murder, Downtown Los Angeles residents skillfully navigate the pros and cons of a vibrant and challenging neighborhood, enjoying an amazing renaissance of bountiful and exciting restaurants, entertainment, new shops and sprawling transportation infrastructure, while residents must navigate many curve balls such as typical city crime and the scourge of homelessness. Perhaps the horrible murder was merely a symptom of the squeezing, constricting construction quake, vertigo and noise of numerous high-rise construction sights erupting on multiple sides of the once-tranquil residential site.

Michael Dwaine Rogers - Psychopath or Victim of Urban Stress?

Michael Dwaine Rogers – Psychopath or victim of urban stress?

Michael Rogers was eulogized as a selfless older brother, always offering the best for his younger brothers,” who describe Michael as “loving and caring,” his brother Cameron described Michael as “strong, loyal, and protective, always reminding me he was by my side during rough times.”

The real estate professionals have moved far away from the scene. The killer’s girlfriend still remains in her stylish loft.  Residents are going on enjoying their lives in these amazing industrial lofts in the walkable heart of a rapidly-growing neighborhood, the most exciting place on earth.

Like all big city neighborhoods, Downtown Los Angeles has BIG pros and cons, with a much lower crime rate and way bigger job creation rate than many other major U.S. urban areas, DTLA continues to skyrocket with a booming economy and rising infrastructure of residential, commercial, entertainment and transportation venues. Homelessness continues to be the number one issue for Downtown L.A., while crime, mostly non-violent, requires constant vigilance. The South Park neighborhood is one of the fastest growing neighborhoods in Downtown LA, with numerous new homes, highrise tower condominium buildings under construction.

Murder on Flower Street

Murder on Flower Street – Merely a symptom of massive construction chaos in South Park?

 

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55 Ways to Explore DTLA – Tour: Getting to Know the Neighborhoods of Downtown Los Angeles

Things to Do in Downtown LA   #dtla #tour

Things to do in Downtown Los Angeles

Things to do in Downtown Los Angeles

Los Angeles Magazine just came out with its New-New Downtown Urban Adventurer’s Handbook.  While the issue cover title is “51 Ways to Explore DTLA,” the L.A. Loft Blog is of course offering 52 Ways to Explore DTLA because real estate is a fantastic way to travel through and familiarize oneself with any neighborhood, especially Downtown L.A. And just when we thought that we’d one-upped Los Angeles Magazine, they’ve already added three additional ways to explore, so we’re now at 55 ways to explore Downtown LA.

A better title would be “Things to See and Do in Downtown Los Angeles.” The article starts with the restaurants and recreation spots of the Arts District, and includes several craft-brewering beer breweries. A bunch of rooftop restaurants and scenic perches give visitors a chance to observe everything in one sweep. Other neighborhood attractions include Chinatown’s renewed State Historic Park and Little Tokyo’s sushi stops. The hotels of the Historic Core and South Park, art houses and coffee roasters lure explorers along, where they can finally sit down and enjoy a classic film at the fancy historic theaters of the gilded age.   |  TOUR

DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES NEIGHBORHOODS

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Downtown LA Things to Do

Downtown LA Things to Do

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Downtown Los Angeles Traditional Condominiums with Bedrooms

1, 2 and 3 Bedroom Condominiums Downtown Los Angeles   #dtla #bedroom

Lofts and Condos with Bedroom Doors

Lofts and Condos with Bedroom Doors

While more than half of condos for sale in Downtown L.A. are industrial or commercial loft conversions, not everyone wants an all open loft with no bedroom doors.  Many prefer the privacy, quiet and utility of a traditional or modern contemporary condominium unit with bedroom doors that close for privacy and quiet sleep. Some historic lofts also have bedrooms with doors that close, although they are quite rare. For those who want master bedrooms with master bathrooms, a traditional style contemporary condominium unit offers the best chances of finding this expected modern luxury.  In addition to home search, the L.A. Loft Blog provides free help for prospective home buyers and renters to find just the right kind of place. Call (213) 880-9910 or use the form below.

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2 Bedroom Lofts with Doors that Close

2 Bedroom Lofts with Doors that Close for Peace and Quiet

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Industrial Loft

Industrial Lofts Downtown Los Angeles   #artsdistrict #lofts

Industrial Loft

Industrial Loft

An industrial loft is a live/work residential space, usually converted from a previous older work-related space that has been used for an industry related to manufacturing or other commercial production business. Many industrial lofts are constructed primarily of concrete, brick, wood or steal, giving them a uniquely sturdy character, often with historic and antique features. Many of these lofts are in the Arts District.

Industrial Loft Downtown Los Angeles Broadway

Industrial Loft for Lease Downtown Los Angeles on Broadway

Downtown Los Angeles offers several industrial style buildings with loft for sale and for lease. With large open space, big windows and concrete floors or wood instead of carpet, these renovated and updated robust buildings are now considered by young urban professionals to be the most “modern” of homes in terms of today’s style requirements. Industrial lofts tend to be the most pet friendly of all urban housing, often allowing large dogs and well-behaved animals of stereotypically aggressive breeds such as rottweilers, pit bulls, german shepherds etc.  Some industrial buildings have 2-story lofts with two levels including mezzanine bed area, that give the loft extra high ceilings and extra bed separation.

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Museum and bar in an industrial buildings by Arts District lofts

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Downtown Los Angeles High Rise Apartments and Condominiums For Lease

Downtown L.A. High-rise Luxury Tower Rentals #rental #highrise #dtla

1100 Wilshire Blvd Highrise Condo Tower

1100 Wilshire Blvd Highrise Condo Tower

Downtown Los Angeles has been undergoing an amazing renaissance and renewal for more than 15 years now as middle class and wealthy move into Downtown by the hundreds each week. Many want to enjoy all of the urban excitement, restaurants, shopping and entertainment that Downtown L.A. has to offer.  They also want the amenities, comforts, style and city views that come with the residential skyscrapers of DTLA.

HIGHRISE BUILDINGS DOWNTOWN L.A.

HIIGH-RISE LOFTS & CONDOS FOR SALE AND FOR LEASE

1100 Wilshire – 1100 Wilshire Blvd, 90017     1100Lofts.com
630 N Grand – 630 N Grand Ave, 90012
655 Hope  – 655 Hope St, 90017     655HopeLofts.com
Bartlett Building – 215 W 7th St, 90014     BarlettLoft.com  M
Biscuit Company – 1850 Industrial St, 90021    BiscuitLoft.com  M
Bunker Hill Tower – 800 W 1st St, 90012    BunkerHillTowerLA.com
Cornell Building – 746 S Los Angeles St, 90014    CornellBuilding.com  M
Eastern Columbia – 849 S Broadway, 90014    EasternColumbiaLoft.com  M
Eckardt Building – 738 S Los Angeles St, 90014    EckardtLoft.com  M
El Dorado Lofts – 416 S Spring St, 90015     ElDoradoLoft.com  M
Elleven Lofts – 1111 S Grand Ave, 90015     EllevenLoft.com
Evo – 1155 S Grand Ave, 90015     EvoLoftsLA.com
Grand Avenue Lofts – 1100 S Grand Ave & 330 W 11th St,  90015     GrandAvenueLoft.com
Higgins Building – 108 E 2nd St, 90012     HigginsLA.com  M
Little Tokyo Lofts – 420 S San Pedro St, 90013     LittleTokyoLoftsLosAngeles.com  M
Luma – 1100 S Hope St, 90015     LumaLoft.com
Metropolis Los Angeles – 8th Street and Francisco    LosAngelesMetropolis.com
Oceanwide Plaza – 1100 S Figueroa St, 90015     OceanwideDTLA.com
Pan American Building – 253 S Broadway, 90012     PanAmericanLoft.com
Ritz Carlton Residences – 710 W Olympic Blvd, 90015   RitzyLofts.com
Rowan Lofts – 460 S. Spring St, 90013       RowanLoft.com  M
SB Grand (Shybary Grand or Shy Barry Grand) – 312 W. 5th St, 90013   SBGrand.com
Skyline Condominiums – 600 W 9th St, 90015    SkylineCondoLA.com
Sky Lofts – 801 S. Grand Ave, 90017    SkyLoftsLosAngeles.com
TEN50 – 1050 South Grand Ave, 90015    LATen50.com
Textile Building – 315 E 8th St, 90014 M    TextileLoftLA.com  M
Title Guarantee – 411 5th St #1200, 90013
Toy Factory – 1855 Industrial St, 90015    ToyFactoryLoft.net
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630 N Grand, 90012
717 Olympic
– 717 W Olympic Blvd, 90015
8th and Hope – 801 S. Hope St, 90017
American Cement Building Lofts – 2404 Wilshire Blvd, 90057
Apex – 900 S Figueroa St, 90015
Brockman Lofts – 530 W 7th St, 90014
Chapman Flats – 756 S. Broadway, 90014
Eighth and Grand – Grand Ave, 90017
Elysian – 1115 Sunset Blvd,  90012
Emerson – 225 S Grand Ave, 90012
Emil Brown Building – 308 East 9th St, 90015
Factory Place Lofts – 1308 Factory Place, 90013
Gas Company Lofts – 810 S Flower St, 90017
Great Republic Lofts – 756 S Spring St, 90014
Jeffries Lofts – 117 Winston St, 90013
L.A. Loft Tour – (213) 478-0499  http://www.LAloftTour.com
LEVEL DTLA – 888 Olive St, 90015  http://www.LEVELDTLA.com
Mercantile Lofts – 620 S Main St, 90013
Met Lofts – 1050 S Flower St, 90015
Metro 417 – 417 South Hill Street, 90013
Metropolitan – 315 West 5th Street, 90013
Milano Lofts – 609 S Grand Ave, 90017
NCT Lofts National City Tower Building – 810 S Spring St, 90014
Pacific Electric Lofts – 610 S Main St, 90014
Pegasus – 612 S Flower St, 90017
Promenade Tower – 123 S Figueroa St, 90012
Roosevelt Lofts – 727 W. 7th St, 90017
SB Grand – 312 W. 5th St, 90013
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Downtown Los Angeles High-rise Apartments and Condos For Lease

Downtown Los Angeles High-rise Apartments and Condos For Lease

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Downtown Los Angeles Lofts and Condominiums – Just Listed and Open House

Open House and Just Listed in Downtown L.A.   #just listed #openhouse #dtla

Downtown Los Angeles Lofts Just Listed For Sale

Downtown Los Angeles Lofts Just Listed For Sale

  • New on the market in Downtown Los Angeles

NEW LISTING
312 W 5TH ST  #524 LOS ANGELES, CA 90013
$299,000 MLS#: 17-241108
0
Beds
1.00
Baths
470/VN
Sq. Ft
$636.17
$/Sq. Ft
Area: (42) Downtown L.A. Subdivision:
HOA: $220.00(Monthly) Year Built: 1923
Pool: Yes Land Type: Fee
Remarks: A rare opportunity to own a Downtown LA loft that will not last, at an extraordinary price. The loft features a cozy space, satisfying all the needs and wants, high exposed concrete ceilings with built-in storage units. Kitchen features stainless steel appliances that include refrigerator, stove, microwave, dishwasher, granite countertops and wood cabinets. An in-unit stacked washer/dryer. The rooftop pool, spa, fitness room, sundeck and 360-degree view of Downtown LA. Dwell in the historic City of Angels where you can live, work and play. There is 24-hour security and concierge, onsite valet or self-parking is available. No need to get stuck in traffic, park your car and take advantage of the Metro Rail, DASH and MTA to get you where you need to go. Surrounded by history, culture, Pershing Square and the amazing Skyline, just to name a few of the city’s attractions. DTLA continues to expand with future developments. This is a great opportunity in a great building.

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2121 JAMES M WOOD  #424 LOS ANGELES, CA 90006
$343,000 MLS#: 17-229414
1
Beds
1.00
Baths
640/VN
Sq. Ft
$535.94
$/Sq. Ft
Area: (42) Downtown L.A. Subdivision:
HOA: $403.00(Monthly) Year Built: 1923
Pool: No Land Type:
Remarks: For the first time in many years, this prized 4th floor corner unit has come on market. The one bedroom, large bathroom condo has wrap around windows and partially exposed brick walls creating a wonderful loft feeling., with gorgeous original wood floors. Glen Donald is a Los Angeles City Historic Landmark with a rich history and beautiful Beaux Arts architecture. A lovely secured center courtyard greets homeowners who may choose the impressive lobby entrance or a convenient secured side entry.The building was constructed during LA’s wild building boom of the early 1920’s! it echoes the historic Biltmore Hotel (Millenium) in nearby Downtown LA. Both buildings rose up in 1923 and share historic note and architectural details.The Glen Donald offers a marble lobby floor, Glass canopy over entry, rich dark wood doors, molding and windows throughout the building.The Glen Donald is well maintained. Unit #424 is a gem with opportunity calling out!

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Open House This Week DTLA

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Up and Coming Neighborhoods Los Angeles 2017

Neighborhoods that were previously cheaper and not attractive but are now improving and appear to have above average growing potential comprise the LA Loft Blog list of Up and Coming Neighborhoods in Los Angeles. These gold mines have attracted new, cool and hip stores, along with public amenities..  #upandcoming #neighborhoods #losangeles

Up and Coming Neighborhoods Los Angeles Frogtown New LA River

Up and Coming Neighborhoods Los Angeles Frogtown New LA River

It is debatable if some of these neighborhoods have already peaked. Looking at the home prices, Downtown Los Angeles has already arrived. But when looking at opportunities for improvement, DTLA could still easily be considered up-and-coming because of the opportunities to improve Skid Row and other parts of Downtown. Here are some more upandcoming neighborhoods that have already arrived, followed by neighborhoods that are truly at the infancy of cool:

Up and coming DTLA has arrived

Up and coming DTLA has arrived

Downtown Los Angeles – Most exciting place on Earth, DTLA has arrived yet exploding.
Highland Park – Been up-and-coming for 10 years
Glassell Park – Long one of the most asked for neighborhoods near Downtown
Eagle Rock – Already arrived, not quite to Silver Lake level
Mount Washington – Views of Downtown
Mar Vista – Along with Palms, between Culver City and Santa Monica

Frogtown most exciting up and comer

Frogtown most exciting up-and-comer

TRUE UP AND COMING:
Frogtown ( Elysian Valley ) – Cool stuff on the LA River! Soon to be on the Already Arrived list!
Cypress Park – It’s the new Glassell Park
City Terrace – Park views and hills near Downtown L.A.
Lincoln Heights – Lofts make it the up and coming new Arts District
West Adams – Returning to its glory days, gentrifying awesome Spanish architecture

 

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Up and Coming Neighborhoods Los Angeles River Frog Town Elysian Valley

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Downtown Los Angeles Home Foreclosures – REO DTLA and Distressed Properties L.A. Deals

Downtown Distress – Where are the best deals?

Now that DTLA and most of the Greater Los Angeles Area is booming, it’s getting tough for investors and other prospective home buyers and to find good deals  — amazing lofts, condos and houses at a low price. The good news is that great deals and superior investments definitely exist, but they take more time and effort, or better skill, tools and resources to find.   #dtla #foreclosures

Foreclosures Los Angeles By Downtown LA

Los Angeles Foreclosures Getting Hard To Find Around Downtown LA

Downtown Los Angeles Distressed Properties

Downtown Los Angeles Distressed Properties

DISTRESS SALE – Most REO foreclosure, auction, 3rd party and  bank owned properties are advertised by commercial website services that charge to look at them, only to later reveal that they are not really foreclosures, but pre-foreclosures and pre-auctions, homes that usually are not going to be sold. Most home shoppers find that the $50.00 they spend on these fake foreclosure real estate tracking services are not worth the money. The solution to this problem is for prospective home buyers to get access to all types of distressed properties, including priority access to hot new listings in addition to expired, vacant, unsold, raw lofts, divorce sales, pocket listings, off-market and unlisted properties in Downtown LA, and also the up-and-coming neighborhoods near DTLA.

UP AND COMING

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Up and Coming Neighborhoods near Downtown Los Angeles

Up and Coming Neighborhoods near Downtown Los Angeles

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Downtown Los Angeles Construction Boom Brings Thousands of New Condominiums and Apartments

The Los Angeles Times newspaper has recently reported that Downtown Los Angeles hasn’t seen this much construction since the 1920s. 42 developments of at least 50,000 square feet have been built since 2010, according to real estate data firm CoStar.  #newhomes #dtla

Downtown Los Angeles New Construction Homes

Downtown Los Angeles New Construction Homes

At Wilshire and Figueroa in Downtown L.A., builders are wrapping up construction of the Wilshire Grand, the tallest building in the West. Created by Korean Air, the skyscraper zooms 1,100 feet high.  It consists of a hotel, offices and an observation deck.

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A couple blocks away, developer Greenland of China has complete the first condominium building and separate hotel building of its new Metropolis complex, a $1-billion development with 350 hotel rooms and more than 1,500 condo units. River House new condominiums on the Los Angeles River just sold out, and several other new developments, including traditional, townhouse style condos and single family residence houses for sale are under way by the river, as wells as new luxury tower high-rise condominium buildings throughout the Downtown Los Angeles area.

Downtown is changing with tremendous excitement, and along with it, the minds of previous naysayers. Those who only remembered Downtown for its 1980s blight are stunned when they see the vibrant new DTLA. With all of these new homes and infrastructure being built, the Downtown Los Angeles boom is creating more believers than ever before. Get a free list of new homes for sale and new builds under construction in the Downtown Los Angeles area.  Fill out the online form:

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