Fashion District Lofts and a Great Neighborhood to Live In!

DTLA districts.

With many new lofts coming onto the market next month, I have decided to write a series of blogs on the Districts of Downtown Los Angeles.  If you are interested in purchasing a loft or just interested in the growing downtown area, it’s better to know the districts.

The Fashion District is full of industrial buildings that are now converted to lofts as well as newly constructed lofts.

Santee Alley is one of the most popular shopping areas in the LA Fashion District, best known for its festival-like atmosphere and amazing bargains. Santee Alley’s over 150 stores and vendors sell everything from apparel for the entire family, accessories, toys, perfume, gift items and much more!

The LA Fashion District is where the business of fashion happens.

80% of the LA Fashion District is comprised of wholesale-related business and is the hub of the apparel industry on the West Coast. Buyers, retailers, wholesalers and designers all gather here, creating an exciting synergy that has become synonymous with Los Angeles fashion. The world looks to LA and the LA Fashion District for the cutting edge styles that are influencing the way the world dresses.

ECKARDT LOFTSThe LA Fashion District is home to the largest  wholesale and retail floral selection in the United States.

Focused along 8th Street, virtually every  variety of cut flower can be found, plus potted plants, dried and silk flowers  and floral supplies. The LA Flower Market, the largest flower market in the  United States, is centered along Wall Street, between 7th Street and 8th Street  and is the premier resource for those in the floricultural industry. The LA  Flower Market is comprised of the American Florist Exchange and the  Southern California Flower Market. Many other flower stores can be found on 8th  Street, between Wall Street and San Pedro Street. These stores are open to  wholesale and retail during normal business hours and require no admission fee.

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Santee Village is a community of 7 various building in the heart of Downtown LosAngeles. Three of the seven loft buildings are Condos/Lofts which means individual home owners run the building. Four of the seven buildings are rental buildings managed by Santee Court.  Click on one of the below links to see available condo/loft units for sale and for lease.

Eckardt Lofts In Downtown’s Fashion District

ECKARDT LOFTS FOR SALE    |    ECKARDT LOFTS FOR LEASE

Cornell Lofts In The Heart Of The Fashion District

CORNELL LOFTS FOR SALE    |    CORNELL LOFTS FOR LEASE

Textile Lofts In The Heart Of The Fashion District

TEXTILE LOFTS FOR SALE   |    TEXTILE LOFTS FOR LEASE

Tomahawk Lofts In The Heart Of The Fashion District

TOMAHAWK LOFTS FOR SALE   |    TOMAHAWK LOFTS FOR LEASE

Eastern Columbia Lofts In The Heart Of The Fashion District

EASTERN COLUMBIA FOR SALE    |    EASTERN COLUMBIA FOR LEASE

Lofts are going to market this year, and there are fewer loft warehouse conversions available in the future.

I can provide the earliest viewings while most must wait until these Lofts open to the general population and most realtors.  I can submit the earliest bid to the developers before the competition comes into play, getting you ahead of the competition and inflating the prices for these Downtown Lofts! Buyers who see the new lofts early often get the best units at the lowest prices.

DOWNTOWN LOFT & CONDO LISTINGS:  FOR SALE  |  RENTALS

Corey Chambers, REALTOR®
(213) 478-0499 Mobile
GET PRIORITY ACCESS TO SECRET, UNLISTED LOFTS IN DOWNTOWN!
http://www.LAloftBlog.com

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The #1 Downtown buyer’s agent, Corey Chambers is a Top 6 Realtor® with a Double Platinum award-winning, 5-star Yelp rated team.  J.D. Power Award 2012 – Keller Williams Realty ranked Highest in Overall Satisfaction for Home Buyers and Sellers Among National Full Service Real Estate Firms. DRE#01889449

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