Top 10 Lofts Selling in Downtown Los Angeles – Our Team has listed the popular Downtown Los Angeles Lofts. The criteria is simply where did our buyers purchase lofts and how much they paid for their property. Here are the top lofts:
1. Market Lofts, (Click Here for extended Article) at 645 W 9th Los Angeles, CA 90015.
Your own space in Market Lofts will give you that ultimate in urban living. You’ll revel in the high ceilings with exposed vents and ducts and the abundance of spacious, dual-glazed windows. With a large selection of sizes and layouts to choose from, you’re sure to find the living space that perfectly suits you.
Located on the upper six levels of a brand new building in the heart of downtown, these lofts range from 695 to 1,583 square feet. With dozens of layouts, you can select the space and the city view that suits you best. The podium level features a landscaped deck with swimming pool and spa, a social room with gourmet kitchen, a screening room, and your own fitness center.
Your new neighborhood offers you the convenience of shopping, just downstairs from where you live. Maybe you are in the mood for a latte, a sandwich, or you’re out of milk. Imagine your own Ralphs supermarket, Quiznos Sub, a Cold Stone Creamery, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, the UPS store, and more, right in your own building.
— Private residential entrance with controlled phone entry system
— Lobby with 3 elevators, one oversized
— Landscaped deck with swimming pool and spa
— Social room with gourmet kitchen
— Theatre with seating for 20
— Fitness center
Experience it all. From the Museum of Contemporary Art to the soaring wings of the Disney Concert Hall and the majestic Cathedral of our Lady of the Angels. The huge new Central Library is nearby, museums and art galleries abound, and there’s always a selection of stage plays, movies and musical performances.
2. Barker Block (Click Here for extended Article) 510-530 S Hewitt St. Los Angeles, CA 90013
Barker Block’s location in the Arts District is one of those genuine places with a real neighborhood fabric, originality and creative energy that gives it a familiar big-city feel with a uniquely Angelino vibe.
Barker Block is an adaptive reuse of an historic warehouse. This allowed them to keep and repurpose original and historic elements, like exposed rafters showing a century of character, period wood floors and brick walls from the early 1900s. These act as a backdrop to the modern finishes, sleek countertops, designer cabinetry and stainless appliances and steel staircases. Totally authentic and entirely one of a kind, this is genuine live-work loft.
The surrounding blocks are full of independent shops, boutiques, bars, avant restaurants, the ever-popular Urth Caffe, endless creative studios, art galleries and underground spots waiting to be discovered. Enterainment destinations like L.A. Live and Staples Center are just a few blocks beyond — along with easy access to freeways and the Metro Gold line.
• Resort-style rooftop deck with pool, spa, private cabanas, sunning lounge, sitting and gathering areas, an outdoor fireplace and lush landscaping, all overlooking the city skyline
• Modern fitness center with state-of-the-art equipment and floor-to-ceiling city views
• Landscaped courtyards and walkways centered around a grass sitting area and water garden
• Artist’s Alley – a semi-private public arts space with curated works from local artists
• Onsite and community retail, including the Urth Caffe across the street
• Onsite, controlled-entry parking with direct access to the buildng
• Formal reception lobby and breezeway entry with secured access
3. 1100 Wilshire (Click Here for extended article).
The condominiums at 1100 Wilshire has 37 floors. Most residences talk about their great views. Ours views stretch from Catalina to Echo park Lake. Natural light floods every residence by day. The night is a cascade of diamonds. Yet, for all this loftiness, we’re quite grounded: Our building’s base-its pedestal, contains the most coveted space in all of downtown: 12 levels of parking. To put it in perspective, when you live here, you have the equivalent of a 4-car garage. below that, shops, a business center and one of downtown’s best gyms.
— Building Architecture Features 360″ Unobstructed City Views
— Guest Parking
— Controlled Parking
— 24-hour Front Desk Attendant
— State-of-the-Art Fitness Center
— Theater/Screening Room
4. Higgins Building (Click Here For an extended article) 108 W 2nd St, Los Angeles, CA 90012.
The landmark Higgins loft condominium building takes downtown history full circle. It was conceived in 1910 by copper tycoon Thomas Higgins, and designed in the Beaux-Arts style by Architects Arthur L. Haley and A.C. Martin. Surrounding the building lay architectural masterpieces including the Caltrans headquarters, Historic LA Times building, City Hall and the LAPD headquarters.
Stepping into the lobby entrance, one is immediately taken back to the storied downtown of yore. The interior is graced with vestiges of classic detailing including mosaic tile flooring, caged elevators rebuilt with birds eye maple, meticulous ironwork, imported marble wainscoting throughout the hallways, original zinc covered doorways, and windows. Select units have impressive views of the downtown skyline and Walt Disney Concert Hall.
The residences are industrial style lofts with distressed concrete floors, concrete walls up to 11 feet high, concrete ceilings and, in some units, thick concrete columns. Sleeping areas are divided by walls, although some condos, like a pair of two-story penthouses, have a separate bedroom.
The residences include stainless steel appliances and washer and dryer hookups. Twenty-eight condos facing Alameda Street have balconies that resemble metal fire escapes.
To combat noise from passing trucks, the units have dual-pane windows.
The property is gated and includes a narrow dirt dog run in the rear of the parking lot. The exterior of the building is gray and minimalist. The small lobby contains a pair of couches in front of a green wall and the narrow hallways also have distressed cement floors.
The project offers a rooftop patio with a barbecue and Jacuzzi. There is no space for retail.
6. Molino Lofts (Click Here for Extended Article) at 530 Molino Street Los Angeles, CA 90013
Molino Street Lofts are in the center of L.A.’s original Arts District. The area enjoys a creative vitality like few other places in the city, yet, because it is set off from the hectic pace of downtown, it is also calm and meditative. And the neighborhood is home to beautiful architecture such as the elegant Fourth Street Bridge. The rooftop decks of Molino Street Lofts provide stunning views of this landmark and many others.
Each unit in Molino Street Lofts retains the character of the original building with details such as high ceilings and exposed brick walls. The conversion of the building to lofts also installed all the modern conveniences of today including large two-person soaking tubs, GE stainless steel appliances, and Kohler bathroom fixtures.
Building amenities include:
- 1920s warehouse architecture
- Original brick surface exterior walls
- Two rooftop sun decks with panoramic views
- Potted citrus trees
- Vine-covered arbor
- Swimming pool
- Fire pit and seating areas
- Electronic entry system
- Two lobbies with secured mailboxes
- Gated and secured parking
7. Bunker Hill Tower Luxury Condominiums (Click Here for Extended Article) at 800 W. 1st Street Los Angeles, CA 90012
Bunker Hill, in the downtown area of Los Angeles, California, is a short, developed hill with its peak located roughly around 3rd Street. It is located directly east of the Harbor Freeway. Due to the skyscrapers built on it, the hill stands out from the rest of the L.A. basin and is synonymous with downtown as far as most people are concerned.
Bunker Hill Towers has a grand total of 255 units spread over 32 floors. The units come in a variety of configurations, starting at smaller loft studios then going all the way up to large four bedroom units. In terms of size, the residences start at 481 square feet and end with the largest units being around 3000 square feet.
A list of amenities that Bunker Hill Tower offers:
- Tennis courts
- 24 hour patrol
- Separate fitness centers for men and women
- Swimming pool
- Communal picnic and barbecue area
8. El Dorado Lofts (Click Here For Extended Article) at 416 S. Spring Street Los Angeles, CA 90013
FLOORS 2 – 11
Open and airy designs offer maximum versatility with both loft-style and enclosed bedroom configurations, along with the special appeal of balconies or landings that call attention to a vast array of cityscape views. As a further important plus, there are only six residences on each of the ten Loft Plan floors.
Units ranging in size from 848 to 1,394 square feet, the building has a full array of distinctive floor plans and provides a choice of one or two bedrooms and either one or two full bathrooms. Some plans also include expanded living areas with extra space for an office, den or an additional bedroom.
From the authentic 1898 solid wood doors that introduce each home, to the fire escape-style, wrought iron landings and balconies that showcase many of the residences, special care has been taken to artfully blend the old with the new. State-of-the-art kitchens and space for stacked washers and dryers make life even easier.
9. Mura Lofts (Click Here For Extended Article) at 629 Traction Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90013
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.
- 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
10. Alta Lofts (Click Here for Exended Article) at 200 North San Fernando Road, Los Angeles 90031
The original 1925 Fuller Paint Company Warehouse structure was designed by architects Morgan, Walls and Clements, whose work also consists of the Wiltern Theater, Mayan Theater and Samson Uniroyal Tire Factory (now The Citadel outlet stores). The exterior reflects the Spanish Revivalism style renowned at the time and makes use of Churrigueresque ornamentation.
Take a step away from the norm. Wander past where and what you know and discover ALTA Lofts, where remarkable open spaces take loft living to new heights within a dazzling and vibrant community alive with possibilities. Details matter at ALTA Lofts. Colors, cabinets, fixtures – each has been thoroughly identified to work with each other to create a warm and friendly and inspiring living environment.
- Amazing unobstructed views of Downtown, Elysian Park and surrounding communities
- Historic building with original architectural elements and two new modern penthouse floors
- Fully landscaped first floor courtyard and paseo
- Fifth floor deck
- Designated parking in gated and adjacent garage
- Ground floor retail
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