Eckardt Building Lofts

Eckardt Lofts Building in Downtown Los Angeles Fashion District


ECKARDT LOFTSThe Eckardt Building at Santee Village is an historic manufacturing building that has been completely renovated to show off its great character for today’s modern living while retaining classic industrial design features for an historic urban vibe.

Each loft condominium unit is fully finished while maintaining a large open space for residents to express their own style and creative ideas to set up a home that is distinctly their own.


Layout and Features

The Eckhardt Lofts offer many desirable historic features such as high ceilings and oversized industrial windows. They also includes modern upgrades such a Bosch kitchen appliances and six-foot bathtubs. Select apartments also come with private balconies.

Unit features include:

  • Ten to fourteen foot vaulted ceilings
  • Heavy duty polished concrete floors
  • Architectural concrete columns in all units
  • Over sized historic industrial windows
  • Mountain, city and skyline views, per plan
  • Italian-style kitchen and bath cabinetry
  • Granite kitchen counter tops
  • Stainless steel Bosch appliances
  • Deep stainless steel sinks
  • Six-foot bathtubs
  • Private balconies (select lofts)
  • Energy efficient heating & air conditioning
  • DSL, DirecTV and Comcast ready
  • Washer/dryer hook-ups

The units at Eckhardt Lofts range in size from about 700-square-foot open floor plans to a 2,000-square-foot penthouse.

Our History
Business tycoon Michael J. Connell built downtown LA’s first garment and textile manufacturing building in 1911, launching a mini-construction boom that lasted through the 1930′s. The heavy, concrete-frame construction and ornamental facades of the early 20th century industrial era characterized the architecture. All of these buildings sat largely unappreciated for decades. In 1998, a decade-long process to restore and re-adapt them for loft living began. The Eckardt and the Cornell at Santee Village are two


of those buildings that were designated as local historic monuments in 2001.  The true loft units in the Eckardt and the Cornell buildings at Santee Village reflect the historic look and feel of the fashion industry with oversized industrial windows, concrete floors and columns, high ceilings and lots of open space. You can feel the history and the inspiration as soon as you walk in the door.

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