MURA CONDO 629 Traction Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90013

Mura Condominiums
629 Traction Avenue, LA, CA 90013

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It’s Hip…

With a coveted location in Downtown L.A.’s Arts District and Little Tokyo, Mura offers stylish condominium living in a setting that can’t be beat. Now, you can lose yourself in the city with lush landscaping and serene fountains. Private outdoor recreation areas provide places to swim, relax, and enjoy summer barbecues. Well-planned amenities include a fitness center with state-of-the-art equipment. And indoors, dramatic interiors and the finest appointments await.

Mura Condominium Building Downtown Los Angeles

Mura Condominium Building Downtown Los Angeles

It’s Happening…
An oasis of recreational and cultural opportunities exists beyond Mura’s front step. Walk one block in any direction and enjoy your choice of restaurants, a coffeehouse, sandwich shops, a brewery and the DASH stop, putting all of Downtown Los Angeles within easy reach. In minutes, you’ll find yourself near an assortment of shopping venues, including Macy’s Plaza, Olvera Street, and Santee Alley. Nearby recreational outlets include Gold’s Gym, Yoga Circle Downtown, and Staples Center. The Museum of Contemporary Art, Mark Taper Forum, and Walt Disney Hall and Music Center are among the many local cultural outlets. Union Station is also easily accessible and the Los Angeles County Metro Rail will build a future Gold Line station within one block of Mura, ensuring an easy commute between Los Angeles and Pasadena.

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It’s Here…

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Mura, which means “little village” in Japanese, is an urban community of 190 townhome units just a few blocks from the heart of downtown Los Angeles. With both one- and two-level floor plans arranged throughout a five story building, Mura is an exciting addition to LA’s trendy and burgeoning Arts District, adjacent to Little Tokyo.

Living at Mura means being close to everything: great shopping, world-class dining, and entertainment, and top-notch sporting venues. But you don’t always have to venture outside your building to find exciting things to do. Mura offers something for everyone. Public areas in the complex include a state-of-the-art fitness center with plasma TVs, a lushly landscaped courtyard with built-in barbecues and a fireplace for social gatherings plus a resort-style swimming pool and spa. Mura’s building includes two levels of secured resident parking, so getting home and into your unit is quick and easy.

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Little Tokyo Downtown Los Angeles

Little Tokyo Downtown Los Angeles

Population in downtown LA is booming, with a 21% jump in population from 2004 to 2006 alone. Mura was recently selected as a local Business Improvement District (BID) to be able to provide its residents with a host of services, including street sweeping, graffiti abatement, 24-hour street security patrol, and economic redevelopment. An eclectic population, a thriving downtown scene and a secure, innovative, state-of-the-art building make Mura a quality choice for an urban lifestyle.

Building Features

  • Lush Courtyard
  • Serene Fountains
  • Outdoor Fireplace
  • Pool and Spa with Views of Downtown
  • Private Outdoor Recrational Center
  • Built-in Barbecues
  • State of the Art Fitness Center with Plasma TV’s
  • Secured Parking

Residence Features

  • 13″ Porcelain Tile Flooring
  • Granite Kitchens
  • European-Style Cabinetry
  • GE Stainless Steel Appliances
  • Private Balconies and Decks (select units)
  • Full-size Stackable Washer and Dryer
  • Central AC and Heat

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Corey Chambers, REALTOR®
(213) 880-9910
http://www.GuaranteedSaleSocal.com

 
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  15. Miranda Harwood says:

    I will be soon leaving the Mura Condominium and I am very happy. It was a really bad experience.
    They charge you a lot of fees to move in (and out) 500 “refundable deposit” plus $ 100 non refundable deposit and they find any excuse to keep your money. They also constantly do work and have water shut off in the morning. In addition they have a problem with their alarm system that comes off unexpectedly often at any times of the day and night! It is very noisy, people party here till late at night and you can often smell barbeque sausage from the restaurant in front.
    Do not rent here!

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  19. Mura Condominium building has won awards for landscaping design. Mura is a notch above some other condominiums in Downtown. Mura has some good and bad things, pros and cons about its neighborhood, location of units, HOA rules, security, accessibility, interiors, noise levels and parking. Buyers can get free help from am Mura specialist at (213) 478-0499.

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