Homebuyers want a good deal on the home price and ongoing costs. For all homes, including Downtown L.A. lofts and condominiums, monthly expenses are just as important as the purchase price. #lowhoa #dtla
With average HOA dues above $500 per month, most home buyers are conscious of homeowners association dues when determining the total value of a home purchase deal. To help find the best deals, here is a list of the lofts and condos with the most cost-effective monthly building maintenance, the lowest HOA dues in Downtown LA today:
Industrial Style Condominium High Ceilings SB Grand Lofts 312 W 5th St
OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY – Enjoy Downtown life in a spacious historic open floor plan. 860 Sq Ft Modern open loft with fantastic NYC-like character on Broadway and Historic Core. Private balcony facing original brick light well. Modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances open to the living area. Beautiful wood floors. Washer and dryer in unit. Large soaking bath tub. Open and airy living space with vaulted high ceilings of concrete character, A/C and heat. #sb #lofts #dtla
Excellent downtown location near Farmers Market, Grand Central market. Minutes to Whole Foods, Ralph’s and great shopping and dining. This happy historic building features 24-hr security front desk concierge, fitness room, rooftop sun deck, pool, hot tub with panoramic views of the Downtown Los Angeles skyline. Wired for cable and Internet. Low HOA dues. Pets okay. Great for Downtown live/work! Parking in building available. By Metro station, Pershing Square concerts in Summer and ice skating Winter. Stroll through the renaissance of Broadway, with coming street car as part of the Bringing Back Broadway project. Call Corey (213) 880-9910.
Los Angeles 8,800 Sq Ft Commercial, Industrial, Residential Live/Work Loft
Warehouse Lofts – Los Angeles building for sale 8,800 square foot live / work loft building
located across the street from a Blue Line light rail station. The upstairs loft unit has been photographed and featured by the New York Times Style Magazine and the Los Angeles Times. Renovated extensively, this amazing space is up for sale for at less than $200 / square foot in Watts South Los Angeles. Solar powered live / work loft and warehouse green building in Los Angeles for sale! $1,675,000 #lofts #losangeles #watts
Artisans achieve the perfect balance in their live-work rental in Watts
He was blown away by 12-foot ceilings, solar panels, skylights and a 4,500-square-foot rooftop deck. Despite the building’s industrial roots, the interiors felt warm and rustic with weathered wood floors and exposed wood beams.
8,800 SF 2-Story
Year Built 1923
Property Type: Commercial Industrial Residential Live/Work
Clear Ceiling Height: 12 ft.
Property Sub-type: Warehouse
Lot Size 8,276 SF
Property Use Type: Vacant/Owner-User
Entire 8,800 square feet building for sale across from a metro stop in Los Angeles. Gorgeous. Two units – Upstairs is the 2,300 square feet two bedroom loft with a 4,000 square foot private roof deck.
Downstairs is the 6,500 square foot of mostly open space plus a two-car garage with an automatic roll up door. Original retrofitted 16 light factory windows, skylights, wood and polished concrete floors, and a photography cyclorama.
The building is designated as industrial use, and has City of Los Angeles permitted kitchen and bathroom upgrades and improvements.
8,800 square feet total building plus the garage, plus the 100 foot driveway, plus the 4,000 square foot roof deck. There’s also an 8 kilowatt solar photovoltaic electric system. Parking in the garage off the alley or enter the extra long driveway with an automatic gate up front. Offered at less than $200 per square foot.
Located across the street from the metro light rail station and just five miles south of downtown L.A. This property was featured on a TV show and in a green building tour. It is a fantastic demonstration of salvage materials with everything from stair railings to framing lumber to skylights to cabinets salvaged from the amazing architectural salvage yards in L.A. The builder salvaged so many materials, that he ended up printing lists of where to shop for salvage materials for other builders.
Updated and modernized warehouse building across the street from LA Metro Blue Line – Slauson to Firestone Station and
Washington Park. Lofts in South Los Angeles, an inner-city environmentally responsible adaptive use project converted from a former light bulb factory. Located across the street from a light rail station, the green loft building is a demonstration of an affordably-constructed green building. The renovation of the property aired as an episode of the Discovery Home Network television show “Greenovate.” To see the lofts, call Corey Chambers (213) 880-9910
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Awesome loft with style and Downtown character, high ceilings, open space, oversized industrial windows and natural light. Quiet courtyard condominium unit in the historically designated Higgins Building. Enjoy the Mills Tax Act reduction in property taxes. Located in the beautiful, clean Historic Core Old Bank / Civic Center neighborhood, this unit also has polished concrete floors, stainless steel appliances, dishwasher and nice tiled bath. Convenient to laundry room. The building is of classic Beux-Arts architecture. Walk to Grand Ave Park, Grand Central Market, Little Tokyo, Art Walk, Historic Core, restaurants and metro. Directly across from the LAPD headquarters dog park. Many choices of affordable parking available next door in several indoor/outdoor lots. The building hosts the world class Edison Lounge in the basement of the building and also offers great Downtown LA skyline views from the rooftop common area. #millsact #taxsavings
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Barker Block Warehouse 1 Pocket Listing in the Arts District #artsdistrict #pocketlisting
Here’s a sneak peek at a rare and seldom offered opportunity to own in the elusive brick enclave of Barker Block’s Warehouse 1. Newly re-imagined in 2014, this boutique property offers all the perks & amenities of the original Barker Block, with the historic industrial urban warehouse feel of the early 1920’s. Floor-to-ceiling exposed brick, massive wood timbers, hardwood floors, high-end finishes and an open floor plan allowing the 1070 sq ft loft to feel even larger. Walk next door to the new upscale Arts District shopping center At Mateo and everything else the burgeoning creative neighborhood has to offer.
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The best Downtown loft deals go quickly. Those who are considering making a move to Downtown Los Angeles find that they can find the best loft and the best deal when they are the first to see the new listings, along with unlisted lofts and unadvertised bargains. #dtla #lofts #justlisted
The biggest problem in Downtown L.A. real estate today is that buyers and renters find that, by the time they see a property that they like on the internet, the property is already sold or leased to someone else. The best way to prevent that problem is by receiving the best matches in the email every day from all ready estate companies that match that the prospective new Downtowner is looking for.
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The hottest trend in urban real estate today is historic live/work lofts. #millsact #dtla
Because many of the historic buildings, such as the Eckardt Building in Downtown Los Angeles, qualify for Mills Act tax benefits, living in an open space with high ceilings can pay dividends year after year in the form of dramatically reduced annual county property taxes. Most Mills Act home owners report usual savings around 66%, so they only pay about 1/3 of the property taxes. That’s around $5,000 per year less taxes paid for the average downtown Mills Act loft. While the savings may vary, as home values go up, the benefits go up, giving the average qualified Downtown historic loft owner a potential savings of well over $200,000 over a 30 year mortgage term. One cool Mills Act loft in the booming Historic Core neighborhood has a roomy balcony and is under $450,000. PHOTOS
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The open house — there’s no better way to enjoy looking at a variety of amazing lofts and condominiums in Downtown Los Angeles. #openhouse #dtla
Here’s a tip to see weekend open houses easily: park the car near the Bartlett Building (the most centrally located building) and, from there, one can easily venture on walking to other lofts for sale nearby, including Santee Village, Eckardt Building, Cornell, Textile Elleven, Flower Evo, Luma, Market, Library Court, SB Grand, Rowan, El Dorado, Douglas, Pan American, Little Tokyo Lofts, Grand Avenue, Ritz-Carlton, Concerto, Eastern Columbia, Sky, 655 Hope, Skyline and Ten50. Here is this week’s list of open house homes for sale in DTLA:
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