Historic Lofts Property Tax Benefits Downtown Los Angeles Mills Act Update

The L.A Loft Blog has added two more historic buildings to its list of Mills Act quaified historic buildings in Downtown L.A.  In Santee Village, the Eckardt Building and Cornell Building are listed as being qualified for Mills Act tax savings.  Take a look at the complete list at www.MillsActLA.com. The art deco masterpiece landmark Eastern Columbia building has also been added to the list.   #millsact #dtla

Historic Eckardt Loft with Balcony

Historic Unlisted Lofts For Sale

Currently, there is an unlisted loft for sale in the historic Eckardt Building with a balcony. Those who need an outdoor space will jump on this nice size loft with bed area separation and high ceilings at www.EckardtLoft.com

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