Downtown Los Angeles Arts District Beacon Loft Penthouse For Lease 1910 SqFt

825 E 4th St #503/603, Los Angeles, CA 90013 #loft #penthouse #dtla

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Arts District / Little Tokyo 2-level open industrial loft with large windows, lots of bright natural light and skyline views at Beacon Lofts. 2 full bathrooms, private terrace and balcony, lots of extra closet space. Modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances. Modern bathrooms with separate bath tub and and shower. Washer/dryer laundry in unit. Central A/C and heat. Concrete floors. 2-car parking in gated lot. Rooftop sun deck with hot tub spa, barbecue and dramatic city views.  |  DETAILS

Live/Work Loft Penthouse Beacon Lofts Arts District Downtown Los Angeles
Live/Work Loft Penthouse Beacon Lofts Arts District Downtown Los Angeles

Immersed in the creative Arts District of downtown, The Beacon Lofts are a boutique collection of live-work lofts designed for dynamic city living. This spacious penthouse unit with upstairs bed area features high ceilings with exposed plumbing, open kitchen that flows into spacious living area, balcony and terrace.  By Little Tokyo Market Place, Gold Line Metro Station, and most sought out restaurants, breweries and bars that the Arts District and Little Tokyo has to offer. VACANT!! READY FOR IMMEDIATE MOVE IN. Corey (213) 880-9910  |  PHOTOS

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Downtown Los Angeles Arts District Loft Penthouse 2-Story 2-Bath 2-Parking Balcony Views

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Beacon Lofts Penthouse For Lease
Beacon Lofts Penthouse For Lease

825 E 4th St #503/603, Los Angeles, CA 90013

Arts District / Little Tokyo 2-level open industrial loft with large windows, lots of bright natural light and skyline views at Beacon Lofts. 2 full bathrooms, lots of extra closet space. Modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances. Modern bathrooms with separate bath tub and shower. Washer/dryer laundry in unit. Central A/C and heat. Concrete floors. 2-car parking in gated lot. Rooftop sun deck with hot tub spa, barbecue and dramatic city views.

Immersed in the creative Arts District of downtown, The Beacon Lofts are a boutique collection of live-work lofts designed for dynamic city living. This spacious penthouse unit with real urban character and upstairs bed area features high ceilings with exposed plumbing, open kitchen that flows into spacious living area, balcony and terrace.  By Little Tokyo Market Place, Gold Line Metro Station, and most sought out restaurants, breweries and bars that the Arts District and Little Tokyo has to offer. VACANT!! READY FOR IMMEDIATE MOVE IN. Corey (213) 880-9910.   DETAILS

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Live/Work Loft Penthouse Beacon Lofts Arts District Downtown Los Angeles

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1100 Wilshire Now the Chase Building – Downtown Los Angeles Lofts and Condos

Located at 1100 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90017, the famous luxury highrise tower condominium building is now also home to a popular bank branch.  The big “1100” that once branded the structure as a sign on the building has now been changed to “Chase.”  While some residents are not happy with the major presence of the well-known bank branch, it is convenient to use their ATM, and guests can get free parking when they use the Chase ATM inside the branch.

1100 Wilshire Condominiums for sale for lease downtown LA

1100 Wilshire has a fine reputation of quality lofts, luxury amenities and 100% unobstructed views due to its towering pillar of 17 stories of parking spaces. Other amenities include 24 hour security front desk concierge, large fitness center gym, conference meeting room business center, video screening room, rooftop infinity pool deck with cabanas, outdoor kitchen and fire pit, hot tub spa and private event patio.

Currently there is a very high up loft condo unit on the 36th floor for lease that includes 2 free excellent parking spaces and free utilities.  See the property description and photos on the L.A Loft Blog.

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Affordable Lofts Downtown Los Angeles For Lease Under $2,500 per Month

As Downtown Los Angeles home values continue to rise while the urban neighborhood continues to get more amenities and more prospective residents, rent prices continue to jump at about the same fast pace, around 6% per year increase. #affordable #lofts

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While our team was once quite eager to help renters to find lofts for $1,000 per month, those days are unfortunately over. With so many fresh faces moving into DTLA, the Corey Chambers Team of real estate agents can sometimes barely keep up with buyers and sellers requesting our help in dealing with their loft sale and purchase transactions now averaging $665,600, while the average recent loft for lease had a rental price of $2,894 per month. Are the are any cool LOFTS UNDER $2,500 any more? The answer is yes!

The problems with the best deals in Downtown loft rentals are that the real estate agents and managers with the best loft bargains don’t always answer their phone because they are so busy. The quick and easy solution is an upgrade such as the L.A. Loft 3-Hour Tour or Priority Service Upgrade. These services are an absolute must for renters who want to find the best deals in the real estate agent listings as well as the bargain rentals not listed, along with unadvertised bargains. These service upgrades can help buyers to get treated with the same respect and same high priority as a $1 million dollar home buyer or seller.

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Real Estate News for Downtown Los Angeles – L.A. Loft Blog Top 10 Topics Today

What are LA buyers, sellers, renters and landlords really thinking about?  #alta #lofts

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Here are today’s Top 10 Topics chosen by readers of the L.A. Loft Blog:

  1. Lofts For Lease https://laloftblog.com/lofts-for-lease/
  2. Lofts For Sale https://laloftblog.com/lofts-for-sale/
  3. L.A. Loft Blog https://laloftblog.com
  4. Alta Lofts Los Angeles https://laloftblog.com/2013/03/22/alta-lofts-los-angeles/
  5. Affordable Artist Lofts Los Angeles https://laloftblog.com/2014/03/19/affordable-artist-lofts-los-angeles-downtown/
  6. Lincoln Heights Lofts https://laloftblog.com/2014/01/28/lincoln-heights-offering-downtown-lofts-at-lower-prices/
  7. About the Author Corey Chambers https://laloftblog.com/2016/09/19/about-the-author-corey-chambers-laloftblog-coreychambers/
  8. Buildings https://laloftblog.com/buildings/
  9. Broadway Lofts https://laloftblog.com/2015/05/11/broadway-lofts-dtla/
  10. 2-Story Loft Rentals https://laloftblog.com/2014/04/06/loft-rentals-huge-live-work-loft-for-lease-downtown-l-a-2-story/

ad-upscale-domain-rsiLofts for lease are the #1 most viewed links on the L.A. Loft Blog almost every day, followed by lofts for sale because LA Loft blog readers are first and foremost concerned with home search and finding the right property. The L.A. Loft Blog is the authority on Downtown Los Angeles real estate because it provides the largest amount of real estate information on DTLA. Affordable lofts are always a highly desirable topic because Downtown L.A. has been getting more and more popular and expensive compared to other neighborhoods. Alta Lofts offer larger, nicer industrial lofts with views that are convenient to Downtown and central to many freeways. While the author Corey Chambers lives at Alta Lofts and enjoys giving the most valuable information about lofts, condos and Downtown Los Angeles. There are about 51 condo buildings in Downtown LA plus about 71 popular rental buildings with lofts for lease and traditional apartments.

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Lofts For Lease Downtown Los Angeles – Best Deals

When I started helping renters full-time in Downtown Los Angeles there were some very cool lofts for less than $1,500 per month. #downtownlosangeles #loftsforlease

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Now, just six years later, it’s hard to find a nice loft rental under $2,500 per month. Because most renters do not see the best deals, they risk missing out on just the right loft.

Here’s some links to this week’s best deals in DTLA loft rentals:

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So many people moving to Downtown Los Angeles have a hard time finding the right place because there are so many wrong places, and the best deals are quickly taken by somebody else. Those who are new to the area have an especially tough time.

Find an ideal Downtown loft in 3 hours or less with the Downtown Express rental search upgrade. No more searching for weeks looking at all the wrong rentals. Prospective renters get a list of lofts for lease that match their criteria, then get priority access to the places that match what they’re looking for, or even apply in advance before the other renters can take their ideal pad. The Downtown Express Upgrade gives access to more than twice as many amazing loft rentals, condos for lease and apartments in Downtown.  DETAILS  |  PAY NOW

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Find just the right place. Beat out the other renters to the best deals by gaining priority access to Downtown’s real estate agent listings in condos, loft condos, apartments as well as hard-to-find unlisted lofts and unadvertised bargains that are not on the internet.

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Arts District Downtown Los Angeles Unlisted Lofts For Lease and Apartment Rentals

Finding the right home in Downtown LA just got a lot easier.  #dtla #apartments

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It’s not easy to find just the right place in Downtown LA for the right price, but it gets a lot easier when buyers and renters can get access to all of the different types of lofts, condos and apartments for lease and for sale, including the pocket listings, off-market and unlisted lofts that are not on the internet.

beacon-203-kitchen-c-e-mkHere’s some unlisted 960 sq ft lofts available exquisitely furnished, partial or unfurnished with a dramatic skyline view and awesome balcony. Not listed with real estate agents, but the L.A. Loft Blog has the scoop. In the Arts District of Downtown Los Angeles, these live-work lofts are designed for creative city living. Some of these rentals are 4th floor large open loft units complete with everything you can possibly need. They has historic industrial charm along with modern detailing, high ceilings, bright south facing views with lots of natural light, polished concrete floors with metallic epoxy, modern open kitchen that flows into spacious living areas, stainless steel appliances, views, modern bathroom with in-unit laundry washer / dryer, central air.  Photos show a similar unit. Available exquisitely furnished or unfurnished. Gated assigned parking. Dog run and rooftop deck with hot tub spa and outdoor kitchen with barbecue grill and stunning view of the city. Across the street from Architecture and Design Museum, one block from Arts district flea market, dog park, and La Kretz Innovation Campus Cleantech Incubator, near Little Tokyo, and the new outdoor mall At Mateo, Zinc Cafe, The Base LA, Sticky Rice, Bestia and Metro station. Request photos, pricing and details. Fill out the online form:

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What's Wrong With Downtown Lofts – Special Update #dtla #problems

While all Downtown loft buildings have issues that prospective buyers want to be aware of, the Downtown real estate market is having just a bit of a lull currently due to the relatively high prices as compared to a few years ago. It’s scary for some — an opportunity for others.

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On top of that, people are scared of the upcoming election, and not it’s the holiday season, the only slow season for Downtown. In addition to Skid Row and nearby homeless, many loft and condo buildings also have real problems such as lawsuits and financing problems. The good news is that, even with its drawbacks, Downtown keeps outperforming expectations. Here’s just a few of the issues that buyers should know about:

1100 Wilshire – Lawsuits, reduced maintenance. Dwindling reserves. Views soon blocked.
655 Hope – Claustrophobia. Windows don’t open. No guest parking.
Alta Lofts – Notice of claim – HOA to sue developer – construction defects. Theft.
Barker Block – Lawsuit settled for construction defects.
Bartlett Building – No parking space included.
Barn Lofts – Free street parking is going away.
Beacon Lofts – Nobody knows what it is. No staff.
Biscuit Company – No metro nearby. Getting hard for guests to park.
Bunker Hill Tower – High HOA dues. No washer-dryers in most units.
Concerto Lofts – Lawsuit. HOA suing developer – construction defects.
Cornell Building – Most parking spaces are a block away in skid row.
Douglas Building – Most units have no parking. No guest parking.
Eastern Columbia – Parking lawsuit. High HOA does. Views being blocked.
Eckardt Building – Most parking spaces are a block away in skid row.
El Dorado Lofts – No amenities. Nobody’s heard of it. Don’t own parking.
Elleven Lofts – No fitness center. Shares pool and courtyard with Luma.
Evo – Lawsuit. HOA suing developer for construction defects.
Flower Street Lofts – No views and losing views. HOA dues rising.
Glen Donald Building – Not in Downtown. Dirty neighborhood.
Gallery Lofts – Construction next door.  Mostly no views.
Grand Avenue Lofts – No character. No amenities.
Higgins Building – High HOA. Special assessment. No parking. No amenities.
Library Court – No character. Most have no views. Litigation.
Little Tokyo Lofts – Homeless shelters next door.  Leak concrete. Mental clinic in building.
Luma – Losing views. Glut. Expensive. Construction nearby. Litigation.

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New condos by the river suffer from freeway noise


Market Lofts – No character. Unfriendly security.
Metropolis Los Angeles – Not finished yet.  Expensive.  China company.
Molino Lofts – Some units not updated. Nearby construction.
Mura Condominiums – Not a loft. Oppressive rules.
Oceanwide Plaza – Not built yet. Stuck in big event traffic.
Ostrich Farm Lofts – Far away.  Out in the tulies.
Pan American Building – Nothing for sale.  Nobody has heard of it.
Promenade Condominiums – The 80s called. They want it back.
Promenade West – Expensive.  High HOA dues.
Puerta Del Sol – Disrepair. Nothing to walk to.  Freeway. Black lung disease?
Ritz Carlton Residences – Expensive HOA. Hotel nuisance. Mandatory valet parking.
River House – Freeway noise. Blah architecture. Prowling coyotes. River bums.
Rowan Lofts – High HOA dues. Most have no views. Don’t own parking.
Santee Village – Most parking spaces are a block away in skid row.
Savoy Condominiums – Not a loft. No character. Some have no views.
SB Grand – Loiterers, renters galore. HOA financials incomplete. Many issues.
Skyline Condominiums – 1980 wants its condos back.
Sky Lofts – No pool. High HOA dues. Construction noise.
SL70 – Not in Downtown. No pool.
Ten50 – Not completed yet.  Cramped floorpans. No microwave oven.
Teramachi Homes Senior Condos – Gotta be a senior age 55+.
Textile Building – Nothing really available.  Can’t lease it out.
Title Guarantee – Canceled. Nothing for sale.
Tokyo Villa Condominiums – 1979 wants it back. Weird koi pond courtyard. Outdated.
Toy Factory – No metro nearby. Slowly losing its street parking. No guest parking.
Toy Warehouse – Noisy floors and thin ceilings.
Vero – Not in Downtown. No character. Most have no views. Thin walls.

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Who's Buying Downtown Lofts? It's Constantly Changing #millennials #lofts

Think All Millennials Live in Their Parent’s Basement? Think Again!
barn-lofts-sugar-lofts-ins-soAccording to the Census Bureau, millennials have overtaken baby boomers as the largest generation in U.S. History. Millennials, or America’s youth born between 1982-2000, now represent more than one quarter of the nation’s population, totaling 83.1 million.
There has been a lot of talk about how, as a generation, millennials have ‘failed to launch’ into adulthood and have delayed moving out of their family’s home. Some experts have even questioned whether or not millennials want to move out.

signat-higgins-705-399The great news is that not only do millennials want to move out… they are moving out! Thousands of them are moving to Downtown Los Angeles. The National Association of Realtors (NAR) recently released their 2016 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers in which they revealed that 61% of all first-time homebuyers were millennials in 2015!

The median age of all first-time buyers in 2015 was 31 years old.

Here is chart showing the breakdown by age:

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Many social factors have contributed to millennials waiting to buy their first home. The latest Census results show that the median age of Americans at the time of their first marriage has increased significantly over the last 60 years, from 23 for men & 20 for women in 1955, to 29 & 27, respectively, in 2015.

little-tokyo-lofts-coupleThose who went to college and took out student loans are finally paying them off, as the terms on traditional student loans are 10 years. This means that a large portion of the generation is making its last loan payments and is working toward saving for a first home. Millennial are the most likely age group to seek and rent a loft. Many of them took advantage of lower prices around 2012 and bought condos in the Arts District such as Beacon lofts, but sadly, many decided to rent and are now locked out of buying due to increased home prices and increasing rents that make it harder to save a big down payment. But they are still buying, often with the help of parents.

As a whole, the first-time homebuyer share increased to 35% of all buyers, up from 32% in 2014. Not all millennials are first-time buyers, they also made up 12% of all repeat buyers!

Bottom Line

Millennials will continue to drive the housing market next year, as well as in the years to come. As more and more realize that owning a home is within their grasp, they will flock to own their piece of the American Dream. Are you ready to buy your first or even second home?

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Trending in Downtown Los Angeles – Lofts for Lease and Condominiums For Sale #dtla #lofts

corey-chambers-downtown-los-angeles-161024How to Get the Best Loft and the Best Deal:  In real estate home search, it’s always a big advantage to see what other people are looking at, thinking and doing. This list of trending items shows what others are searching for, seeing and clicking on the most in the L.A. Loft Blog so that we can instantly know the market and help predict what will be the best investments and best deals in today’s L.A. loft living.

Here’s today’s trending topics:

LOFTS FOR LEASE https://laloftblog.com/lofts-for-lease/
LOFTS FOR SALE https://laloftblog.com/lofts-for-sale/
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Affordable Artist Lofts Downtown Los Angeles
https://laloftblog.com/2014/03/19/affordable-artist-lofts-los-angeles-downtown/
Oceanwide Plaza and Circa at 1200 Fig New Highrise Apartments
https://laloftblog.com/2015/07/25/oceanwide-plaza-and-circa-at-1200-fig-new-highrise-apartments-accelerate-downtown-residential-boom/
FHA Approved Lofts and Condos in Downtown Los Angeles
https://laloftblog.com/2015/02/11/fha-approved-lofts-and-condos-in-downtown-los-angeles/
Downtown Los Angeles Best Buys of the Week Lofts For Sale, Condominiums and Apartments
https://laloftblog.com/2015/02/11/fha-approved-lofts-and-condos-in-downtown-los-angeles/
2-Story Lofts – Downtown Los Angeles Condos and Apartments with Stairs and 2 Levels
https://laloftblog.com/2015/05/12/2-story-lofts-downtown-los-angeles-condos-and-apartments-with-stairs-and-2-levels/
NEIGHBORHOODS https://laloftblog.com/neighborhoods/
Oceanwide Plaza Update – New Luxury Condominiums Downtown Los Angeles
https://laloftblog.com/2015/12/28/oceanwide-plaza-update-new-luxury-condominiums-downtown-los-angeles/

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Copyright © 2016 This free information provided courtesy L.A. Loft Blog and LAcondoInfo.com with information provided by Corey Chambers, Realty Source Inc, BRE#01889449 We are not associated with the homeowner’s association, seller or developer. For more information, contact (213) 880-9910 or visit LAcondoInfo.com  Licensed in California. All information provided is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed and should be independently verified. Properties subject to prior sale or rental. This is not a solicitation if buyer or seller is already under contract with another broker.