Beacon Lofts Downtown L.A.
825 E. 4th St., Los Angeles, CA 90013
Unit 407 has already been leased:
In the Arts District of Downtown Los Angeles, Beacon Lofts live-work lofts designed for creative city living. This 4th floor open loft unit is complete with everything you can possibly need. It has historic industrial charm along with modern detailing, high ceilings, bright south facing views with lots of natural light, polished concrete floors with metallic epoxy, modern open kitchen that flows into spacious living areas, stainless steel appliances, views, modern bathroom with in-unit laundry washer / dryer, A/C and Heat with remote control. Gated assigned parking. Dog run and rooftop deck with hot tub spa and outdoor kitchen with barbecue grill and stunning view of the city. Across the street from Architecture and Design Museum, one block from Arts district flea market, dog park, and La Kretz Innovation Campus Cleantech Incubator, near Little Tokyo, and the new outdoor mall At Mateo, Zinc Cafe, The Base LA, Sticky Rice, Bestia and Metro station. 704 sq ft open loft. Pet deposit $250. Vacant and now available for immediate move-in. Unit #407 is vacant and available for immediate move-in. PRICING, DETAILS and PHOTOS at http://loftla.vflyer.com/home/flyer/home/314664000. This unit has already been leased. Request a free list of available lofts. Call Corey (213) 880-9910.
Request a free list of available lofts For Sale and For Lease – Call Corey Chambers (213) 880-9910
Bedrooms: 1Bathrooms: 1Located on Floor #: 4Floors in Bldg: 6Square Footage: 704Parking Spaces: 1Property Type: Loft CondoPets Allowed: Cats & DogsYear Built: 1923Agent Name: Corey ChambersBroker: Realty Source Inc
RENTAL UNIT AMENITIES
RefrigeratorDishwasherWasher/DryerViewClosetShower TubStainless AppliancesPolished Concrete FloorA/C Central Air and Heat
Gated ParkingRooftop Sun DeckHot Tub SpaOutdoor Kitchen BBQ Barbecue
825 E 4th St #407
Los Angeles, CA 90031
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LEASED – Downtown LA Beacon Loft For Lease 1,060 SqFt Industrial Live-work Open Beacon Loft w/ View, Balcony, Huge Walk-in Closet, Gated Parking Space – $2,450.00
825 E 4th St, #203, Los Angeles, CA 90013
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2 bedroom LEASED – FOR MORE RENTALS, CALL (213) 880-9910
Parking Spaces: 1
Year Built: 1923
Located on Floor #: 2
Floors in Bldg: 5
Square Footage: 1060
Agent Name: Corey Chambers
Broker: Keller Williams Realty Pasadena
MLS #: C101946
Totally amazing genuine industrial live-work open space with huge walk-in closet, this newer Beacon loft in Downtown’s Arts District features a balcony, view, nice kitchen with stainless steel appliances and upgraded industrial lamps, exposed plumbing, polished concrete floors, concrete pillars, balcony and view. Washer-dryer combo in unit. Building has gated parking, rooftop deck with view and hot tub spa. At Fourth and Alameda streets on the edge of the Arts District near Little Tokyo stands Beacon industrial Lofts in Downtown L.A.? Walk to restaurants and shops in the Arts District and Little Tokyo, the Woori Market in the Little Tokyo Galleria is across the street. Available furnished or unfurnished.
- Full Refrigerator
- Sink Disposal
- Vaulted Ceilings
- Fenced Yard
- Hot Tub
VIDEO (from 2012)
OTHER PRICING DETAILS
Beacon Lofts Building in Downtown Los Angeles
At Fourth and Alameda streets on the edge of the Arts District near Little Tokyo stand 53 loft condominiums converted in 2012 from what was the Bekins moving and storage facility built in 1923.
The 67,000-square-foot building holds units from 650-2,000 square feet. They went on the market with prices ranging from the high $200,000s to the low $900,000s. Little Tokyo and the Barker Block complex are nearby, and Woori Market in the Little Tokyo Galleria is across the street.
1,260-square-foot lofts sold in 2012 for $484,000.
Residents like that they are able to walk everywhere. They can walk to places and the neighborhood has this up-and-coming feel to it.
The building was originally constructed as a storage facility for the Bekins Company, though it had more recently operated as a jewelry manufacturing building.
Construction finally began in mid-2011. The interior was gutted and new electrical, plumbing and air conditioning systems were installed. The reinforced concrete edifice also needed seismic upgrades.
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 during rush hours, 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.
The Beacon Lofts follow a few other significant Arts District developments. In late 2011 the 38-condo 940 East 2nd Street hit the market, with units from $540,000-$1.3 million. It is nearly sold out.
To see Beacon Lofts, comparable properties for sale and unlisted lofts in Downtown Los Angeles, contact:
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