Top Picks: Downtown Deals and Steals
As prices continue briskly skyward in Downtown Los Angeles, prospective new Downtowners are looking for the best deal possible. The L.A. Loft Blog is today providing the best real estate news in the form of the top picks in condos for sale, lofts for sale, lofts for lease and the top choice of apartments for lease. Here’s this week’s top pick in each of these four categories:
Best Deal on a Condominium For Sale – This week’s top pick on a Downtown condo for sale is a lofty one! The Bunker Hill Loft is the only loft-style renovation at the well-known luxury high-rise Bunker Hill Tower. As the most hip condo unit for sale today in Downtown L.A., with polished concrete floors and raised high ceiling, the Bunker Hill Loft is also the lowest price per square foot of all Downtown high-rise condos with a view. Visit www.BunkerHillLoft.com. DETAILS AND PHOTOS or get 24-hour recorded information by calling 1-800-791-4541 ID#2305.
Top Pick on a Loft Rental – This authentic live-work Beacon loft has open floor plan, bright south-facing windows with views of Arts District street art, bringing the greatest combination of gritty and pritty. It also features a modern kitchen and bathroom. The polished concrete metallic epoxy floor and concrete features give awesome industrial character — all for the lowest price of any loft in the Art District. DETAILS AND PHOTOS or get 24-hour recorded information by calling 1-800-791-4541 ID#1407.
Best Deal on a Loft For Sale – Flower Street has long been the best-kept secret, most authentic industrial loft and best deal in the South Park neighborhood of Downtown LA. This loft just listed has a view, open space, palatial ceiling height, views, large bathroom, walk-in closet, modern kitchen and every other feature one could want, just a block away from the most exciting place on Earth, LA LIVE. DETAILS AND PHOTOS or get 24-hour recorded information by calling 1-800-791-4541 ID#1040.
Top Pick on a Downtown Apartment Rental – Most new construction rental apartments in Downtown bring a yawn at best, while one new apartment complex stands out from the crowd for its creative location and appropriate design. The Garey Building replaced the demolished iconic Megatoy building, which is sad, but the developers did not skimp on the design of the new large apartment complex. With a combination of brick-clad street level retail, and modern apartment atop, the Gary Building also includes its own large walk-through promenade that helps to connect the temples of Little Tokyo to the modern creativity and modern excitement of todays Arts District. Get on the interest list. Fill out the online form:
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