Piano Lofts 932 S Hill Street Downtown Los Angeles

Piano Lofts 932 S Hill Street Downtown L.A. 90015



18 new lofts are now for lease in Downtown LA, called Piano Lofts, close to the Ace Hotel, Eastern Columbia and LEVEL DTLA. A former factory where Hampton L. Story built Story and Clark pianos, the building is the real deal, part of the Historic Core and features a rooftop deck lounge.


Piano Lofts offers open floorplan one bedroom, one bedroom plus den and two bedroom loft units fully appointed with designer finishes and thoughtful touches. Residents now enjoy new open concept kitchens with stainless steel appliances and upgraded backsplash, with brand new energy-efficient appliances including washer/dryers in every unit.

Oversized bathrooms feature upgraded tile, framed mirrors and soaking tubs. Spacious living spaces are enhanced by exposed brick in select units, as well as bookcase or office nooks. Generous bedroom spaces include closets with built-in shelving and recessed lighting. Some unit have large picture windows or private balconies. Request a viewing or more information on Piano Lofts and other Downtown lofts for lease at (213) 880-9910.



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5 Replies to “Piano Lofts 932 S Hill Street Downtown Los Angeles”

    1. Really? There are no bars on the windows. Piano Lofts has large open spaces with new stainless appliances, large windows and natural light, and a beautiful rooftop deck with panoramic views. If if looks like anything, it’s a piano factory — that’s what the building was historically.

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