Biscuit Company Lofts is the award-winning Linear City LLC conversion of the historic west coast Nabisco bakery into 104 authentic live/work lofts and one serious french bistro. Biscuit complements the other lofts buildings on the street and further transforms Industrial Street into a vital, energentic neighborhood and a real community of interested urbanities.
Biscuit lofts range from 625 square feet to 3496 square feet over one, two or three floors, and feature high ceilings (13 to 28 feet), remarkable natural light, and hardwood floors. many of the lofts have private outdoor space and some have wood-burning fireplaces. Come see the skyline views, the beautiful histroic building facade, and the world-class 75 foot saline lap pool with fire pit, bbqs, and silver sollar eucalytus trees.
A few of the additional amentities are the 24 hour attended entrance and package reception, and on-site parking.Biscuit is LA Historic Monument No. 888 and is a Mills Act building with property taxes savings. A landmark building.
Each loft features a spacious floor plan flooded with natural light, sturdy steel frame construction, high ceilings, exposed brick walls, thick hardwood floors, industrial seale windows and oversized doors. Lobbies and corridors are enhanced by ornamental concrete and sandblasted brick, copper doors and vintage lamps.
- Sandblasted brick walls
- Original one inch thick refinished hardwood floors
- Industrial scale windows
- Over sized doors
- Thirteen to thirty feet ceilings
- Stainless steel cabinetry and appliances
- Gas ranges
- Caesarstone counter tops
- Over-sized soaking tubs
- Wireless and scalable internet and telecom
- HD-enabled satellite TV
- Individual heat and air-conditioning controls
- Terrazzo concrete flooring, RAIS fireplaces, and private patios in select units
Constructed in 1925, Restored and adapted in 2006. Conceived as the west coast headquarters of the National Biscuit Company, this landmark structure was designed by EJ Eckel, the Dean of American architects and fonder of the distinguished firm of Eckel & Aldrich. Constructed at the then astounding cost of $2,000,000, this celebrated 7 story, skyscraper factory quickly became an architectural sensation. As with other distinctive Nabisco conversion projects such as the Dia Museum in upstate New York and the Chelsea market in the Meatpacking District of Manhattan, the Biscuit Company Lofts blend meticulous period craftsmanship and architectural integrity with an array of modern conveniences and brillant contemporary design. Biscuit Company Lofts sets the standard for lofts in Los Angeles. Biscuit is also a benchmark project referenced throughout the world.
In an effort to preserve the original spirit and detail of the building, the designers of Biscuit Company Lofts sought to find and follow the natural grain of the building, respecting its parameters but looking at them from the standpoint of new use. Aleks Istanbullu Architects has crafted varied floor plans and common areas with distinct shapes and color schemes. Single story units range from 605 to 2,100 sqare feet, and there are seventeen unique two, three and four story units varying from 1,800 to nearly 6,000 square feet. Ceiling heights are 13′, 16′ 20′ and 30′.
Experience a retreat from the urban grind in Biscuit’s tranquil courtyards, landscaped gardens, and oversized swimming pool. Stretch out, and work out on Woodway treadmills, Matrix Ascent ellipticals and Life Fitness weight equipment, in a world class, private homeowners gym. Room to breathe, relax, and socialize…the choice is yours. For those seeking spacious environs, green escapes, and refinded living
— Biscuit Company Lofts are the ideal place to live and work. Biscuit Company Lofts are a collaboration between Linear City LLC, Colony Capital LLC, Fremont Investment & Loan, Aleks Istanbullu Architects, Don Barany Architects, Swinerton Builders, Craig Lawson and Jim Rics, the City of Los Angeles, Karen Kamberg Design, and many others. Linear City is also the company behind Toy Factory Lofts, the successful retain and residential hub that set the standard for quality and design in the downtown LA Arts District.