Spring Arcade Building Lofts LA 541 S Spring St, Los Angeles, CA 90013

Spring Arcade Building Lofts LA
541 S Spring St, Los Angeles, CA 90013

Spring Arcade Lofts LA

Spring Arcade Lofts LA

Built as a grand cathedral to commerce and leisure and modeled after the 19th century shopping arcades of Paris and London, Spring Arcade is two towers flanking a three story glass enclosed and sunlit bazaar. Spanish Renaissance and Beaux Arts details, unique spacious floor plans, hardwood floors, high ceilings and modern appointments create the ultimate in 21st century sophisticated urban living.

Spring Arcade’s three-level, skylit arcade has been called a space “as regal as almost any other interior space in the city.” All of the newly renovated units are fully wired for cable and internet and come with white oak hardwood floors, granite and marble kitchens with stainless steel appliances, and central heat and air. Other available amenities include European washer/dryer units, skylights, and patios.

Spring Arcade Loft Building

Spring Arcade Loft Building

◊ Rent as low as 1.29 per sq ft.
◊ Unique floorplans 560-1629 sq ft.
◊ Solid white oak floors
◊ Granite and marble kitchens
◊ High ceilings
◊ Massive windows
◊ Stainless steel appliances
◊ European washer/dryer units
◊ Central heat and air
◊ Pre-wired for cable and internet
◊ Skylights
◊ Patios
◊ Stunning downtown views

Spring Arcade holds the unique position of being a part of the both Gallery Row, which hosts America’s largest self-guided art walk (with 25,000 art enthusiasts visiting every month) and the Broadway Theater District, which represents the largest concentration of pre-World War II movie palaces in the world. Positioned as the hub of Downtown’s vibrant Historic Core, Spring Arcade is also located in the most filmed neighborhood in the nation.

Spring Arcade Building New Restaurants

Spring Arcade Building New Restaurants

A walker’s paradise, Spring Arcade ranks an unprecedented 98 out of 100 on WalkScore.com for its close proximity not only to shopping, grocery stores, coffee shops, parks and restaurants, but also to world class culture and entertainment. Our neighbors include the Disney Concert Hall, the Edison, LA Live, the Central Library, the Museum of Contemporary Art, the Standard – to name a few. Downtown Los Angeles has truly evolved to the ultimate live-work-play locale.

Spring Arcade Radio Tower

Spring Arcade Radio Tower

Built in 1924, the 12-story, double-wing Spring Arcade Building was designed by San Francisco architects with continental backgrounds. Kenneth MacDonald had trained in Paris at the Ecole des Beaux Arts, and internationally recognized structural engineer Maurice Couchot was French. Originally known as the “Mercantile Arcade Building,” the dominant features of the three-story base of the building are the beautiful terra cotta archway lunette, decorated with ornate Beaux Arts/Spanish Renaissance motifs, and the cavernous midblock arcade connecting Spring Street with Broadway. On the rooftop of both the Broadway and the Spring Towers still stand the landmark old KRKD radio towers.

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Your Home Sold GUARANTEED or I’ll Buy It*

Corey Chambers, REALTOR®
(213) 880-9910

*seller and Corey must agree on price and time of possession – details at HomeSoldForSure.com. Realty Source Inc  BRE#01889449

About Lofts Downtown Los Angeles

Your Loft Sold GUARANTEED or I'll Buy It* Corey Chambers, REALTOR® (213) 880-9910 corey@laloft.org http://www.LAloftBlog.com *by the end of the listing term at a price acceptable to the seller. Realty Source Inc. BRE#01889449
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