655 Hope Lofts
THE COOL JEWEL
The best location and modern amenities that LA has to offer. 655 Hope Lofts offers a state of the art fitness center, a excellent business center, indoor parking and a roof top star gazer entertainment-deck.
Buyers will enjoy amazing views through the floor-to-ceiling windows and the volumetric feeling from 9 to 11 foot ceilings in each unit, never feeling confined when at home.
Each unit has 8 foot solid core doors, double wall insulation, wood floors, stone counters and all stainless steel appliances create elegance and comfort.
YOUR PRIVATE DOMAIN Master the Art of Living
Beyond the dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows are stunning views of a glittering cityscape, a vision of a living masterpiece of decor. The walls in your new home needs no artwork with the breath-taking views from your favorite chair.
Luxuriously proportioned, versatile living space is ready for your lifestyle. From the lustrous hardwood floors to the generous ceiling heights, comfortably modern elegance abounds. Reflective glass windows bring privacy to your living space, no need for curtains here!
Your sleek granite-countered kitchen is fully equipped with top-shelf stainless steel appliances including a 5-burner cooktop, oven, a microwave, dishwasher, double-door refrigerator, and a washer and dryer.
Generous walk-in closets, high quality bathroom fixtures including modern bowl sink and glass shower, and architecturally appealing, intelligent floor plans make this a perfect retreat in the nexus of the city adventure.
Buyers are raving about our 100% location, modern emerald color exterior design, elegant finishes, 80-unit-size boutique building with indoor parking. Walk to work, exercise afterward in the on-site fitness center, enjoy being in the middle of restaurant row from the location of the building, and finally at the end of a busy day, see the stars and Downtown skyline with a glass of Martini on the roof-top entertainment deck.
- 655 South Hope Street, at the corner of 7th Street
- 17 stories
- 11 floors of residential space
- 80 live-work flexi-space units from approx 600-1200 square feet
- 5 two-story “Townhouse” units available
- Floor-to-ceiling windows with reflective glass for added privacy, thermal insulation
- Stunning cityscape views
- Full kitchen with stainless steel motif
- All high-end appliances included:
- Stainless Steel Double door Refrigerator
- Double Stainless Steel sink
- Oven with 5-burner Cooktop
- Stainless Steel Dishwasher
- Granite countertops (Kitchen & Bath)
- Dark wood cabinetry (Kitchen & Bath)
- Central climate control
- Dark hardwood floors
- Smart-wired: DSL, Cable, and Fiber Optic ready
- Glass Shower
- 3 floors of indoor, above-ground parking
- Valet parking
- Roof Deck Entertainment Zone with wet bar
- Business Lounge/Community Room
- 24/7 Fitness Center
- Storage Available
- Doorman Service
ONE BUILDING – MANY OPTIONS
Work. Work out. Chill Out. Settle In.
In the Business Lounge/Community Room, you can host meetings and social events ‘at your place, yet keep your private space private.
Staying fit can now fit into your schedule in the free, 24/7, residents-only Fitness Center. Or, get above it all on the relaxing Roof Deck Entertainment Zone, with both the stunning 360 degree views and the convenient wet bar close at hand to meet your entertaining needs.
Designed as a smart building, it is DSL, cable and fiber optic ready, and fully climate-controlled for total comfort. The onsite staff at 655 Hope are there to give you peace of mind and a helping hand. Two onsite restaurants are convenient for light eating. And if you wish to experience some of the best that Downtown has to offer – just park your car in the above-ground indoor parking garage and walk to several local attractions just minutes from your new home at 655 Hope.
Located in the heart of LA.
This live-work building has the elegance of luxury living and the convenience of a metropolis for busy professionals. It’s the perfect combination for both.
The opening of Ralph’s, the first supermarket downtown in decades, certifies the rebirth of the district as a neighborhood.
Located on restaurant row, two blocks from Ralphs’ Fresh Faire, and a block from Louies Gourmet Market, grocery shopping is easy. Located across the street from the Post Office and Macy’s Plaza, next to Coffee Bean, two blocks from Kinkos, Fed Ex, and Bank of America, projects are a snap. The opening of Ralph’s, the first supermarket Downtown in decades, certifies the rebirth of the district as a neighborhood.
Shopping. From high-end fashion to bargain hunter’s dreams, everything is available downtown.
Macy’s Plaza, right across the street, includes not only a top quality department store, but also such conveniences as Victoria’s Secret, Bath & Body Works, Casual Corner, Border’s Express.
Bargain secrets like Santee Alley and The California Market Center in the garment district present miles of fashion at wholesale prices. The nearby jewelry, toy and flower districts afford incredible opportunity and selection. The central market place for wholesalers on the west coast is in your backyard.
Chinatown, minutes away by DASH bus, offers not only Asian specialties, but a selection of fresh seafood and poultry hard to beat anywhere in Southern California. Within walking distance, the Grand Central Market is a food-shopper’s paradise.
A great neighborhood and barely 10 minutes away from Nokia, Staples, Cineplex, Disney, and 30 restaurants and bars, planning an entertaining evening is extremely convenient and simple.
Downtown used to close up at 6:00 PM, but not anymore. When the sun sets, the excitement rises.
Whether it’s salsa dancing at the Mayan, martinis at LA’s hottest rooftop bar, The Standard (and don’t sweat parking, it’s 3 blocks from your door), or partying into morning at those secret after-hours clubs that only downtowners know about, you can join the A-listers where the action is.
New hot-spots are constantly arising (like the recently arrived Gavin’s) and the best nightlife in town just keeps getting better.
Sports & Recreation
If you want to watch great athletes up close, you’re in the right spot. Major League Baseball is just to the north at Dodgers Stadium. Football is just to the south at USC, NBA basketball, NHL hockey, boxing and more are even closer at Staples Center.
The 24-hour in-building fitness room will offer workout time on your schedule. You can have you own holiday on ice during winter with ice skating (that’s right!) in nearby Pershing Square.
Arts and Culture
Close to venues for Live Theater, Opera, and Ballet. Art museums and hip galleries. Music from the classics to experimental that’s beyond the cutting edge…
Downtown’s the arts center of LA and just blocks from 655 Hope Lofts. The premier theater venues of The Ahmanson and the Mark Taper Forum stand close by the opera and ballet palace, the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion.
Disney Concert Hall and REDCAT present world-class artists performing the complete range of concert music.
The Museum of Contemporary Art is close enough to be a local hangout. And you’re in walking distance of the endless fascinations of the Los Angeles Central Library.
LA’s architectural signature, the City Hall tower, looks down on a rich field of historical and fascinating buildings.
The landmark Central Library is just around the corner. The Financial District preserves some of LA’s classic 1920’s buildings. Art deco flourishes greet the eye on practically every block. Broadway’s preserved movie palaces are a wonder to behold. The futuristic freedom of the shining Disney Concert Hall always amazes the gaze.
For an ‘insider’s tour,’ surprise your visitors with the Bradbury Building, whose drab brick exterior conceals an interior gem of unique fin-de-siecle design.
Up to now, very few of our buyers thought of giving up their cars to commute to work but with the Metro under their building, getting a ride to Korea Town, China Town, Universal City, Hollywood, Pasadena, and Long Beach Harbor for $1.25 sounds really appealing: no more driving in peak hours, no more worrying about drinking and driving, and no more parking issues.
And, how about the Metro link system to spend a weekend in Santa Barbara, San Diego or even San Francisco. It just keeps getting better. You could be reading the paper or a book while others are wearing out their brakes.
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Corey Chambers, REALTOR® (213) 478-0499