ALTA LOFTS Los Angeles 200 N San Fernando Rd 90031

Alta Lofts Los Angeles 200 N San Fernando Rd, 90031


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If you’d like to own a cool loft in an historic building in Downtown Los Angeles with a low down payment, you now have a new opportunity for home ownership. Located near The Brewery Lofts in Downtown Los Angeles, the provocative new loft development will let you live bold, and take a step outside the norm. Discover dramatic open spaces that take loft living to new heights within a vibrant neighborhood alive with possibilities.

Do you have a vision that you will be a pioneer in the next great place? Are you ready to get there now? The new loft building was named one of ten best real estate deals. With FHA financing (may need to be re-initiated), the place offers the creative person the rare opportunity to own a genuine loft in an historic building, often FHA loans that can be as little as 3.5% down. Not only does that make it possible to own a chic loft in the Downtown L.A. area, but the FHA financing adds tremendous monetary investment value. What is easy to finance for purchase is also easy to sell, thus pushing up the value of the property more and more over time. Being the only genuine loft with FHA financing, loft units in the building can be a superior investment. SPECIAL UPDATE – FHA and VA financing has generally not been effective for condominiums in Los Angeles. Get FHA/VA details at

The eclectic mix of shops, restaurants and cafes of historic Lincoln Heights brings a true community vibe to the new lofts. Adding to the neighborhood’s appeal is its close proximity to Los Angeles’ most popular destinations. Dodger stadium, Walt Disney Concert Hall, MOCA and Downtown’s financial center are all just minutes away. With convenient access to three major highways and a nearby Gold Line stop, Pasadena, Glendale and Los Feliz are also easily accessible.

The building has a colorful past, giving it added texture and nuance today. Constructed in 1925, the building served as the Fuller Paint Company Warehouse for decades. Now, that same address is an important example of how adaptive reuse can artfully blend old and new to offer the best in contemporary living and still preserve a proud industrial heritage.


Building highlights include original four-story structure capped with two stories of newly constructed penthouse lofts, as well as direct-access, gated parking structure for residents and guests. Floor to ceiling industrial windows, along with retrofitted with dual panes are accompanied by exposed beam and ductwork. The exterior features fully landscaped open air courtyard and paseo, a fifth floor deck, and original concrete pillars throughout building.

The structure is a study in contrasts. The exterior features both neo-classic and contemporary touches. Inside, the same dichotomy holds with structural elements from the 1920s co-existing with modern kitchens, bathrooms and state-of-the-art sectional overhead doors. It’s an ideal mix, resulting in one-of-a-kind living spaces that radiate with light, energy and creativity.

Genuine loft new development in an historic building Downtown L.A.

Details matter here, cabinets, fixtures – each has been carefully selected to work together to create a welcoming and inspiring living environment. The building also features amazing unobstructed views of Downtown, Elysian Park and surrounding communities. It is an historic building with original architectural elements and two new modern penthouse floors. The ownership of lofts includes designated parking in gated and adjacent garage. The building is further diversified with ground floor retail.

The bottom level is made up of 2-story and 3-story lofts. The two top levels (5th and 6th stories) are composed of new metal construction in modernist style. The center of the building was cut out for the restoration to add light, air and openness to the building and loft units.

To see this new loft development and other Downtown Los Angeles lofts for sale, email or call (213) 478-0499. The loft interiors feature high ceilings throughout – 7’ 10” to 11’ 6” ceilings, with double height ceilings in select penthouse units –18’ to 21’6”. Selected units feature private balconies. Most units feature exposed original walls and ceilings, in addition to original windows reglazed with dual panes. A cool eclectic master touch is the sectional overhead doors on selected units. Floors 2, 3 and 4 come furnished with hardwood flooring. Some units are adorned with ceramic tile flooring in baths.

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All lofts include Whirlpool stainless steel kitchen appliances, granite countertops, stainless steel kitchen sink, a 36” refrigerator space pre-plumbed for automatic ice-maker, central heating and air conditioning with energy saving night set-back thermostat. Each loft is pre-wired for gas washer/dryer hookup, and each loft has energy-efficient fluorescent lighting controlled by Decora switches throughout. “This is the only exciting new loft development in Downtown Los Angeles because it is a chic, genuine loft building that is easy to buy thanks to generous help with closing costs, price reductions, low down payment and a local government moderate income program,” says Corey Chambers, a Keller Williams Realtor(R) at Loft Living L.A. “Our office has helped several happy new homeowners to get a foot in the door there. People can’t believe it when they find out that they can afford a loft this nice.”  ALTA LOFTS IS NOT CURRENTLY FHA APPROVED AS OF 3/31/2014

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Live and work your way! Owning a loft can be as easy as contacting the right real estate professional. Rely on a local Downtown loft specialist to help you get the best possible deal on the right loft choice for you. Contact or call (213) 478-0499 ask for Corey


… a giant space for nearly a third of most lofts from Venice to Downtown.  We also appreciated it being an FHA building…  Our space is perfectly suitable for our needs.  Everyone we worked with to get our place was very kind and helpful with no pressure.  That was very important to us!  NO PRESSURE! And we had many models to chose from, so we were able to find the best fit for us!  Plus, everyone that has moved in thus far is wonderful and friendly.  –  Brian L. Jacobs


Corey Chambers, REALTOR®
(213) 880-9910

*Seller and Corey must agree on price and time of possession.  Realty Source Inc  DRE#01889449


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Your Loft Sold GUARANTEED or I'll Buy It* Corey Chambers, REALTOR® (213) 880-9910 *by the end of the listing term at a price acceptable to the seller. Realty Source Inc. BRE#01889449
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14 Responses to ALTA LOFTS Los Angeles 200 N San Fernando Rd 90031

  1. The 90031 zip code market added another 15 transactions over the last 30 days. With six price reductions, the lowest amount since January, the market may be looking for a higher price point. When comparing other close-by zip codes within the same period, the most came from the 90042 zip code with 18 price reductions. The median sales price rose to $492,000 over the latest reporting period for the 90031 zip code, up from $435,000. Along with the increase in sales, the fact that there are a lower-than-normal two months of inventory indicates that the 90031 zip code is a definite seller’s market.


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  13. Alta Lofts is a happy community of loft dwellers by Downtown’s Chinatown / Lincoln Heights neighborhood. Originally the Fuller Paint Company in 1925, the large building has been modified for openness, airiness and light in its 104 big loft condo units with giant windows, views and balconies. Alta’s relatively unknown industrial neighborhood is not unlike the origins of Downtown’s Arts District, which has transformed from a sleepy economy loft neighborhood to a world-famous cool, hip, chic hotspot of fine dining and social scene.

    With new streets, new parks and other improvements underway, Alta’s neighborhood, which will be renamed “Rivertown,” is undergoing a renaissance of its own, and is part of L.A.’s Arroyo beautification plan at

    Besides a currently unknown neighborhood, Alta has other issues that potential buyers should be aware of before seeing the lofts. Buyers should get informed about all Alta’s limitations of amenities, parking, security, unique pest control, storage and other issues in the building. Get free help from an Alta Lofts specialist Realtor(R) at (213) 478-0499.


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