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The¬†Title Guarantee and Trust Company Building ¬†–¬†¬†The¬†TGB
411 W 5th St, Los Angeles, CA 90013

Title Guarantee Building
Title Guarantee Building

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In September 2015, the public will have an opportunity to choose from a¬†selection¬†of historic art deco style lofts for sale in one of the¬†most iconic buildings in Downtown Los Angeles. With views of¬†the park at Pershing Square, the TGB was originally constructed¬†in 1930. The Title Guarantee Building symbolizes¬†the architecture, art and craftsmanship¬†coming out of¬†the gilded¬†age of L.A. ¬†From detailed¬†brick and tile work¬†to lush¬†marble, hand-made¬†woodcraft to the lobby’s celebrated¬†Hugo Ballin art murals – this is truly a uniquely authentic¬†residence and a valuable¬†chance to control¬†a slice¬†of historic Downtown.

Title Guarantee and Trust Company Building in the Historic Core

The Title Guarantee and Trust Company Building is an Art Deco style highrise building on Pershing Square in Downtown Los Angeles. Built in 1930, on the site of the California Club building. The building was designed by The Parkinsons who also designed many Los Angeles landmarks, including Los Angeles City Hall and Bullocks Wilshire. Originally an office building, the structure was later converted into lofts. In 1984, the building was listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

After several years of serving as loft rental apartments, the units will be restored to renewed luster before the sale.  Renters have praised the great livability of the building and its amazing loft units with high ceilings, multi-level units with mezzanine lofts for excellent separation, in-unit washer and dryers, and quiet between units.

The building has its down sides, including the traffic
noise on Hill Street, noise from pedestrians and the busy Perch lounge across the narrow street. The trash shoots travel through some closets, which have no doors, and thus allow noise from the chutes.  The valet parking has been a blessing, and sometimes a curse depending on the valet attendants. The entire area around Pershing Square is a base of a large number of homeless people who sometimes camp out in and around the building. The parking lot next door may soon be replaced by a building, which could potentially block views for some units. The fantastic units facing streets and Pershing Square will likely have some protection of the awesome views for some time.

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Title Guarantee Building Interior – Courtesy Killefer Flammang Architects

There is no rooftop access, but some of the units have patios. The building units have also received accolades for their concrete floors, updated counter tops and a large, stainless appliances.

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The History and Murals of the Title Guarantee Building

“In commissioning Hugo Ballin to execute a series of mural paintings for the lobby of its building at Fifth and Hill Streets in Los Angeles, the Title Guarantee and Trust Company had in mind the presentation, in vigorous, colorful and adequate manner, of the picturesque and vital phases of Southern California’s history.

Treaty of Cauenga

It desired to align itself with that modern tendency which seeks to bring contemporary art to the immediate enjoyment of the public. To this end Mr. Ballin prepared six panels, the first being dedicated to the prehistoric era. The product of a distinguished painter, this group forms a unity of rich, rhythmic color, with bold figures and splendid themes offering stimulation to the imagination. The Ballin panels, definitely enriching the community, should prove of permanent historical and esthetic interest.‚ÄĚ

The Title Guarantee and Trust Company grew along with the city and profited tremendously from that growth. The company‚Äôs founder, Edwin W. Sargent, began his career as founding partner at the Los Angeles Abstract Company in 1887, one of the first institutions in Los Angeles to provide authoritative titles to land parcels and issue certificates of title in real estate transactions. Claims to land and resources in Southern California had been hotly contested since the region transitioned from Mexican rule to become an American state. Some Anglos unlawfully seized land from indigenous peoples, others refused to recognize the sanctity of disenos, land grant contracts issued by the Mexican government, and real estate speculators and squatters often flouted existing property claims. By issuing authoritative titles, the Los Angeles Abstract Company ‚Äúbrought order to the chaos in the real estate title business in Los Angeles,‚ÄĚ providing a foundation that allowed for the city‚Äôs development and growth. In 1895, Sargent founded his own company, the Title Guarantee and Trust Company, and by the late 1920s, he held documentation for the titles to over 1.1 million parcels of land in Southern California valued at over $4 billion dollars.7

Pershing Square, 1930’s

Sargent died in 1929, and to ensure that the company‚Äôs reputation did not die with him, his successor, A. F. Morlan, and the Board of Directors decided to erect a large new corporate headquarters as a monument to the company‚Äôs success. They needed the building to convey their historic strength and the stability of the company while also positioning the company on the cutting edge of Los Angeles‚Äô development, signaling to its potential clients and investors that it was both a part of the city‚Äôs small town past and its metropolitan future. There also were practical reasons for expanding the company‚Äôs offices: they needed to house the over one million title files held by the company, documents related to virtually every parcel of land in Los Angeles county since the establishment of the American government in 1850s. Among the documents were a ‚ÄúBook of Disenos‚ÄĚ (a survey of Mexican land grants) and records of the acts of the Mexican Ayuntamiento (Council) that preceded the American government, critical to authenticating land claims from the days of Spanish and Mexican rule. The documents held by the company served as the mechanism through which American understandings of property rights and land ownership had been realized in the region, ‚Äúguaranteeing‚ÄĚ not only individual land claims but also Anglo-American hegemony in Southern California more broadly. The new building thereby would serve not only as a monument to the company‚Äôs strength, but also to the strength and vitality of the real estate industry and the city of Los Angeles itself.

The company enlisted the father-son team of John B. and Donald D. Parkinson to design an ‚Äúultra-modern‚ÄĚ building with over 130,000 square feet of office space on a lot they had purchased on Pershing Square, just blocks from the Superior Court and the newly opened City Hall. The elder Parkinson had made his name in the architecture world when he designed the city‚Äôs first ‚Äúsky scraper‚ÄĚ at Fourth and Spring Streets in 1904 (now known as the Continental Building), prompting the City Council to pass an ordinance limiting the height of new construction projects to 150 feet.

To maneuver around the ordinance’s height restrictions, the Parkinson firm designed an elaborate decorative feature on the roof of the Title building, leaving floors twelve and above unoccupied so as to extend the height of the building to 240 feet. The Gothic-style rooftop had multiple-tiered buttresses and towers that echoed the medieval cathedrals of Europe and contributed to the building’s vertical thrust. A high-tech system of floodlights was added so that the building became even more spectacular at night. The terra cotta tiles on the exterior of the building were specially finished with a texture that accentuated the lighting effect and, along with recessed windows, added to the upward thrust and verticality of the building. The building also was outfitted with the most state-of-the-art amenities, including an electrical ventilation system and four high-speed elevators.8 By adapting traditional forms and techniques using modern technologies, the Parkinsons created a structure that elegantly advanced the company’s needs.

The Parkinsons hired Eugene Maier-Krieg to sculpt decorative features on the building‚Äôs exterior and Hugo Ballin to paint a series of murals for the building’s lobby. To further enhance the company‚Äôs mission, Ballin designed a series of six panels tracing Los Angeles‚Äô history from prehistoric times to its ‚Äúmodern‚ÄĚ present (in 1930), situating the company and the documents held in its headquarters within the city’s historical narrative. In each panel, Ballin underscored the legitimacy of the titles held at the building and the positive, modernizing effects that Anglo American rule had on the region. One panel romanticized the days of ‚Äúrancho‚ÄĚ life as a time when Spanish padres and colonists co-mingled with the indigenous population and two panels portrayed the transition to American rule as peaceful, rational and orderly. The coming of the railroad is similarly touted as having ‚Äúended the isolation of the pueblo‚ÄĚ and the ‚Äúmodern era‚ÄĚ embodied by a dynamic, male figure surrounded by props signifying the technological achievements that enabled the city‚Äôs growth. Rather than employ idealized, female figures as allegorical symbols as he had in previous commissions, in the Title murals Ballin used hyper-masculine forms, emphasizing their physicality and strength to capture rapid changes occurring in Los Angeles‚Äô economy, population and culture at the time. By abandoning his ‚Äúvirgins‚ÄĚ in favor of ‚Äúdynamos,‚ÄĚ Ballin was able to match the ‚Äúultra-modern‚ÄĚ aesthetics of the building without straying too far from his traditional, classical style. And by adding ‚Äúdynamos‚ÄĚ to his historical motif, his murals both reinforced the Title Guarantee and Trust Company‚Äôs role in the history of the city and positioned it at the forefront of the city‚Äôs development in the future.

Despite the permanency of the structure, the Title Guarantee and Trust company did not last: it first merged with the Title Insurance and Trust Company, was then taken over by a Chicago firm, and its millions of titles are now held by the Fidelity Insurance Company. The Title Guarantee building, however, has remained, and has been recognized by both the National Register of Historic Places and the Los Angeles Historical-Cultural Monuments for its significance to the city‚Äôs architectural heritage, ensuring that the building and Ballin‚Äôs murals will be part of the downtown landscape for years to come. They were cleaned as part of the building’s renovation in 2013-2014, and can be viewed by contacting the Title Guarantee Management Company.

Ballin described his murals at the Title Guarantee and Trust Building in a pamphlet published in 1931:
“One of the important decisions in California history was made in early 1847 over a table on the veranda of a small ranch house that then stood near Cahuenga Pass.

This event – the signing of the Treaty of Cahuenga whereby the Mexican forces surrendered to the American ‚Äď is celebrated in the third panel executed by Hugo Ballin.

In this panel Generals Pico and Fremont play leading roles. The former, Andres Pico, was the rough-and-ready leader of the Mexican army, a man who had swept the United States troops into an overwhelming defeat in the San Pasqual Valley with his horsemen recruited from the ranchos. The signing of the articles that ended the hostilities had followed the last military maneuver, that of Stockton and Kearny marching north from San Diego and John C. Fremont marching south to meet them. The Stockton-Kearny forces had engaged two minor battles at the San Gabriel River and at La Mesa, entering Los Angeles thereafter without opposition. With the war over, the American flag was to float over Los Angeles, the bands were to march and play, and the rank and file were again to be happy. In the panel, Fremont, the ‚ÄėPathfinder‚Äô is telling Pico where to sign. Behind the latter stand several Mexican officers.‚ÄĚ

Here Ballin depicts a triumphant version of Los Angeles’ transition to becoming an American state, casting that transition as dignified and disciplined, when in reality, claims to land and resources were hotly contested for decades after the Treaty of Cahuenga. Some Anglos unlawfully seized land from those holding disenos (land grant contracts issued by the Mexican government), others refused to recognize their legitimacy, and real estate speculators and squatters often flouted existing property claims. That Ballin would offer such an orderly and diplomatic version of events was likely in part to please his corporate patrons from the Title Guarantee and Trust company. The company’s founder, Edwin Sergeant, had been among the first individuals in Los Angeles to issue authoritative titles to real estate holdings using legal documents from both the Mexican and Spanish governments to support land claims from the days of Spanish and Mexican rule. Indeed, the new building had been designed to house the over 1.1 million titles to parcels of land in Southern California held by the company, including a ‚ÄúBook of Disenos‚ÄĚ (a survey of Mexican land grants) and records of the acts of the Mexican Ayuntamiento (Council) that preceded the American government. Those documents served as the mechanism through which American understandings of property rights and land ownership had been realized in the region, ‚Äúguaranteeing‚ÄĚ not only individual land claims but also Anglo-American hegemony in Southern California more broadly.1 By depicting the transition to American rule in this way, Ballin thereby celebrates the company’s purpose and reifies its role in establishing American rule, and supporting the development, strength and vitality of the city of Los Angeles.

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One Santa Fe Apartments Downtown LA Arts District at 1 Santa Fe, Los Angeles, CA 90013

One Santa Fe Apartments
Downtown LA Arts District at 1 Santa Fe, Los Angeles, CA 90013

One Santa Fe Now Open
One Santa Fe Now Open

The lengthy white, new edifice stretching for several blocks along the train tracks by the Arts District’s 4th street bridge is now occupied with residents and restaurants. The $20 million dollar retail and rental complex will soon feature restaurants, shops, community theater and social¬†amenities. Several of the apartment units offer concrete floors, balconies, patios and views of Downtown skyline or the fun (and largely¬†quiet) train station.

One Santa Fe Los Angeles
One Santa Fe Los Angeles

One Santa Fe features 438 studio, one and two bedroom luxury apartment homes, combined with distinctive shopping, world-class dining, state-of-the-art amenities and public community art space in the heart of Downtown LA’s eclectic Arts District. Designed by world-renowned architect Michael Maltzen, One Santa Fe sits on 4 acres along the eastern edge of Downtown offering breathtaking views and easy transit access.

Features and Amenities:

  • 1 Santa Fe LA
    1 Santa Fe LA

    Fitness Club Equipped with State-of-the-Art Technogym Cardio and Weight Training Equipment

  • Private Yoga and Pilates Studio
  • Zero Edge Salt Water Pool
  • Intimate Outdoor Dining Area and Work Station with USB, Electrical Outlets and BBQ Grill
  • Custom Pool Side Cabanas
  • Fireside Retreat
  • Resident Clubhouse with Entertainment Kitchen, Pool Table and Multiple Televisions
  • Fully Equipped Business Center including Mac and PC Options with Professional Printer
  • One Santa Fe Arts District
    One Santa Fe Arts District

    Complimentary WiFi, MP3 Docking Stations and USB Electrical Outlets Conveniently Located in Amenity Areas

  • Concierge Service Including Package Acceptance and much more….
  • Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Offered Throughout the Community
  • On-Site Maintenance
  • 24 Hour Courtesy Patrol
  • Pet Friendly, Two Pet Max, Up To 35 lbs*
  • Valet Trash Service

Apartment Amenities

  • Santa Fe Lofts Downtown LA
    One Santa Fe Lofts LA optional Concrete Flooring

    Stainless Steel Kitchen AppliancesSpacious Floor Plans Including Multi-level Lofts

  • Gourmet Kitchens with Quartz Counters
  • European Style Cabinets Featured in Gloss White or Espresso Options
  • Central Heat and Air Conditioning
  • Concrete Floors in Select Homes
  • Panoramic Views of Los Angeles
  • Personal Balcony in Select Homes
  • Cable/Satellite
  • Full Size Washer and Dryer Included in One and Two Bedroom Homes
  • Full Sized Combo Washer and Dryer in Studio Homes
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Downtown Los Angeles Beacon Industrial Open Live-Work Loft For Lease with Balcony, View, Huge Storage Closet

Downtown Los Angeles Beacon Industrial Open Live-Work Loft For Lease with Balcony, View, Huge Storage Closet.  Rooftop Deck, Hot Tub Spa
825 E 4th St., #203, Los Angeles, CA 90013

Totally amazing genuine industrial live-work open space with huge walk-in closet, this newer Beacon loft in Downtown’s Arts District features a balcony, view, nice kitchen with stainless steel appliances and upgraded industrial lamps, exposed plumbing, polished concrete floors, concrete pillars, balcony and view. Washer-dryer combo in unit. Includes in parking space. Building has gated parking, rooftop deck with view and hot tub spa. At Fourth and Alameda streets on the edge of the Arts District near Little Tokyo stands Beacon industrial Lofts in Downtown L.A.? Walk to restaurants and shops in the Arts District and Little Tokyo, the Woori Market in the Little Tokyo Galleria is across the street. Available furnished or unfurnished, this loft is The Bomb!

  • 825 E 4th ST #203
  • LOS ANGELES, CA 90013
  • $ 2,400
  • Beds: 1 | Baths : 1.00 (1 0 0 0)
  • MLS# 14-783913
  • Subdivision
  • Year Built1923
  • Lot Sq Ft (approx)66,763
  • Approx. SqFt1,060
  • Price/SqFt$2.35
  • Security Deposit$2,495.00
  • Association Dues$0.00
  • Property TypeLease
  • Property SubType
  • Parking Spaces Total1
  • FurnishedYes
  • PetsCall
  • PoolNo
  • SpaNo
  • Association FeaturesAssoc Barbecue, Elevator, Gated Communi…
  • Terms Of Lease
  • RoomsArt Studio, Breakfast Area, Dance Studio, …
  • FloorsCement
  • LaundryIn Unit
  • Building DescriptionCondominium, Loft
  • ViewCity, City Lights
  • AppliancesDishwasher, Dryer, Garbage Disposal

 

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Downtown Loft Lowest price 2-bedroom, view, balcony, pool 312 W 5th St, Los Angeles, CA 90013 Shybary.com

Downtown Loft Lowest price 2-bedroom, view, balcony, pool  312 W 5th St, Los Angeles, CA 90013 Shybary.com

DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES SB GRAND LOFT FOR SALE AMAZING VIEWS, 2 BEDROOM, ROOFTOP DECK, POOL 312 W 5th St, 90013 – 740 Sq Ft 2-bedroom, 1 bath

Downtown Los Angeles Loft 2-bedroom w/ view, balcony, pool Lowest Price in DTLA
Downtown Los Angeles Loft 2-bedroom w/ view, balcony, pool Lowest Price in DTLA

Pending (In Escrow) — ¬†Spacious ShyBary Grand loft unit with private balcony and amazing views of Pershing Square and Downtown skyline!!! High Ceilings with New York loft feel. CitiQuiet pentagon double windows block 90% of street noise. Stainless steel kitchen appliances. Large bathroom w/ oversized soaking tub, shower, built-in washer/dryer and vanity cabinet. 2 bedrooms with extra closets and cabinets. The building is located across from Pershing Square, with spectacular panoramic views of skyscrapers. Steps from the Metro, Spring St, 7th St Restaurant Row. Walk to Grand Park, Ralphs, Staples/LA Live, Little Tokyo. Pet-friendly building. Some of the lowest HOA fees downtown! Rooftop patio features 360 views with lounge area, pool and jacuzzi. In-building garage parking available. 24/7 lobby security concierge, dry-cleaning service and gym. Financing now available with 20% down.

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DOWNTOWN PRICE REDUCED: 2-BED LOFT FOR SALE w/ AMAZING VIEWS, BALCONY, LOW HOA $385,000

DOWNTOWN L.A. PRICE REDUCED:  2-BED SB GRAND LOFT w/ AMAZING VIEWS, BALCONY, LOW HOA 312 W. 5TH STREET, LOS ANGELES, CA 90013  $385,000
740 Sq Ft

SB Grand Downtown Los Angeles Loft For Sale
SB Grand Downtown Los Angeles Loft For Sale

Spacious ShyBary Grand loft unit with private balcony and amazing views of Pershing Square and Downtown skyline!!! High Ceilings with New York loft feel. CitiQuiet pentagon double windows block 90% of street noise. Stainless steel kitchen appliances. Large bathroom w/ oversized soaking tub, shower, built-in washer/dryer and vanity cabinet.  2 bedrooms with extra closets and cabinets.  The Shy Barry Grand building is located across from Pershing Square, with spectacular panoramic views of skyscrapers. Steps from the Metro, Spring St, 7th St Restaurant Row. Walk to Grand Park, Ralphs, Staples/LA Live, Little Tokyo. Pet-friendly building. Some of the lowest HOA fees downtown! Rooftop patio features 360 views with lounge area, pool and jacuzzi. In-building garage parking available. 24/7 lobby security concierge, dry-cleaning service and gym.

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SB Grand Loft For Sale 312 W 5th St, #304, Los Angeles, CA 90013 Amazing Views 2 Bedroom

SB Grand Loft For Sale 312 W 5th St, #304, Los Angeles, CA 90013 Amazing Views 2 Bedroom 1 Bathroom, Balcony

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DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES SB GRAND LOFT FOR SALE AMAZING VIEWS, 2 BEDROOM, DOORS, ROOFTOP DECK, POOL 312 W 5th St, 90013
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Price: $365,000.00
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BARKER BLOCK LOFTS 510-530 S Hewitt St and 527 S Molino St, Los Angeles, CA 90013

Barker Block Lofts Downtown L.A.

BARKER BLOCK FOR SALE:  510 S Hewitt St  |  530 S Hewitt St  |  527 Molino St
BARKER BLOCK FOR LEASE:  510 S Hewitt St  |  530 S Hewitt St  |  527 Molino St

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Barker Block Lofts Los Angeles

Barker Block is a complex of industrial lofts in the Arts District of Downtown Los Angeles. It brings modern design and amenities to an historic furniture warehouse in the heart of the city’s most authentic neighborhood. Mixing life, art, energy and home, Barker Block offers one of the most beautiful and intriguing living experiences around. We invite you to see it for yourself.

Barker Block’s location in the Arts District is one of those genuine places with a real neighborhood fabric, originality and creative energy that gives it a familiar big-city feel with a uniquely Angelino vibe. ¬†Get Barker Block foreclosures and distressed lofts.¬†Fill out the¬†online form:

Recent new construction lofts have suffered from issues including previous and current lawsuits against the developer, new litigation, financing problems, lost parking, other parking issues, HOA-management conflicts, difficulty with sales office, overpricing, overpaying, upside-down buyers, health and safety issues.  For full protection, it is critical that buyers contact a Downtown loft specialist Realtor such as Corey Chambers (213) 478-0499 barker@laloft.org and bring an agent in to the first visit of a new loft development. It costs the buyer nothing to get the right assistance necessary for a successful purchase.  All buyers should see the alternatives, including pocket listings and other unlisted properties.

The surrounding blocks are full of independent shops, boutiques, bars, avaunt restaurants, the ever-popular Urth Caffe, endless creative studios, art galleries and underground spots waiting to be discovered.¬† Entertainment destinations like L.A. Live and Staples Center are just a few blocks beyond — along with easy access to freeways and the Metro Gold line.

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The lofts at Barker Block were created with an incredibly unique aesthetic, mixing contemporary finishes with historic materials and details.  Each one is individually crafted with its own inventive palette.

Barker Block is an adaptive reuse of an historic warehouse.  This allowed them to keep and re-purpose original and historic elements, like exposed rafters showing a century of character, period wood floors and brick walls from the early 1900s.  These act as a backdrop to the modern finishes, sleek counter tops, designer cabinetry and stainless appliances and steel staircases. Totally authentic and entirely one of a kind, this is genuine live-work loft.

Barker Warehouse Lofts

Barker Block allows a feeling of real freedom. Each home has been individually crafted with a unique variation of these materials, giving every one its very own persona. All of this is matched a gym with a view, luxury rooftop deck with swimming pool, hot tub spa, comfy lounge chairs, and cabanas that extends your home and living experience through retreats and spaces that bear the signature Kor resort style and flair.

 

 

 

BARKER BLOCK FOR SALE:  510 S Hewitt St  |  530 S Hewitt St  |  527 Molino St
BARKER BLOCK FOR LEASE:  510 S Hewitt St  |  530 S Hewitt St  |  527 Molino St

SECURITY
— 24-hour onsite security
— Front desk attendant
— Electronically-secured building entry
— Breezeway entry with secured access
— Controlled-entry covered parking
— Community and common space lighting
— 24-hour building and common area video surveillance/monitoring

BARKER AMENITIES

‚Äʬ†Resort-style rooftop deck with pool, spa, private cabanas, sunning lounge, sitting and gathering areas, an outdoor fireplace and lush landscaping, all overlooking the city skyline
‚ÄĘ Modern fitness center with state-of-the-art equipment and floor-to-ceiling city views
‚ÄĘ Landscaped courtyards and walkways centered around a grass sitting area and water garden
‚ÄĘ Artist‚Äôs Alley ‚Äď a semi-private public arts space with curated works from local artists
‚ÄĘ Onsite and community retail, including the Urth Caffe across the street
‚ÄĘ Onsite, controlled-entry parking with direct access to the building
‚ÄĘ Formal reception lobby and breezeway entry with secured access

GREEN DESIGN

Barker Block was created for beautiful and sustainable living. By reinventing an original warehouse, they re-purposed and reused many existing structures and materials, like brick walls, wood floors, timber rafters and concrete floors. This preserves historic elements with irreplaceable character, while requiring that fewer raw materials be taken from the earth ‚Äď conserving natural resources and reducing the building‚Äôs construction footprint.

In addition to the eco-friendly nature of adaptive reuse, the homes are very energy-efficient with Energy Star appliances, insulating dual pane windows and water-efficient landscaping. Barker Block is also at the heart of a walkable neighborhood and close to job centers and public transit, which reduce the need for driving.

All buildings in Downtown Los Angeles have issues that buyers should know about before seeing the property.  Barker Block and its developer have had issues with parking, lawsuits, health and safety, HOA and broker conflicts of interest, overpricing and other questions. All prospective buyers and renters of Barker Block lofts should get free help from a Downtown specialist Realtor(R).

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BARKER BLOCK FOR SALE:  510 S Hewitt St  |  530 S Hewitt St  |  527 Molino St
BARKER BLOCK FOR LEASE:  510 S Hewitt St  |  530 S Hewitt St  |  527 Molino St

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MURA CONDO 629 Traction Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90013

Mura Condominiums
629 Traction Avenue, LA, CA 90013

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It‚Äôs Hip…

With a coveted location in Downtown L.A.’s Arts District and Little Tokyo, Mura offers stylish condominium living in a setting that can’t be beat. Now, you can lose yourself in the city with lush landscaping and serene fountains. Private outdoor recreation areas provide places to swim, relax, and enjoy summer barbecues. Well-planned amenities include a fitness center with state-of-the-art equipment. And indoors, dramatic interiors and the finest appointments await.

It‚Äôs Happening…
An oasis of recreational and cultural opportunities exists beyond Mura’s front step. Walk one block in any direction and enjoy your choice of restaurants, a coffeehouse, sandwich shops, a brewery and the DASH stop, putting all of Downtown Los Angeles within easy reach. In minutes, you’ll find yourself near an assortment of shopping venues, including Macy’s Plaza, Olvera Street, and Santee Alley. Nearby recreational outlets include Gold’s Gym, Yoga Circle Downtown, and Staples Center. The Museum of Contemporary Art, Mark Taper Forum, and Walt Disney Hall and Music Center are among the many local cultural outlets. Union Station is also easily accessible and the Los Angeles County Metro Rail will build a future Gold Line station within one block of Mura, ensuring an easy commute between Los Angeles and Pasadena.

MURA LOFTS FOR SALE    |    MURA LOFTS FOR LEASE

It‚Äôs Here…

Arts District Downtown Los Angeles
Arts District, Downtown, 629 Traction Ave.

Mura, which means “little village” in Japanese, is an urban community of 190 townhome units just a few blocks from the heart of downtown Los Angeles. With both one- and two-level floor plans arranged throughout a five story building, Mura is an exciting addition to LA’s trendy and burgeoning Arts District, adjacent to Little Tokyo.

Living at Mura means being close to everything: great shopping, world-class dining, and entertainment, and top-notch sporting venues. But you don’t always have to venture outside your building to find exciting things to do. Mura offers something for everyone. Public areas in the complex include a state-of-the-art fitness center with plasma TVs, a lushly landscaped courtyard with built-in barbecues and a fireplace for social gatherings plus a resort-style swimming pool and spa. Mura’s building includes two levels of secured resident parking, so getting home and into your unit is quick and easy.

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Little Tokyo Downtown Los Angeles
Little Tokyo Downtown Los Angeles

Population in downtown LA is booming, with a 21% jump in population from 2004 to 2006 alone. Mura was recently selected as a local Business Improvement District (BID) to be able to provide its residents with a host of services, including street sweeping, graffiti abatement, 24-hour street security patrol, and economic redevelopment. An eclectic population, a thriving downtown scene and a secure, innovative, state-of-the-art building make Mura a quality choice for an urban lifestyle.

Building Features

  • Lush Courtyard
  • Serene Fountains
  • Outdoor Fireplace
  • Pool and Spa with Views of Downtown
  • Private Outdoor Recrational Center
  • Built-in Barbecues
  • State of the Art Fitness Center with Plasma TV’s
  • Secured Parking

Residence Features

  • 13″ Porcelain Tile Flooring
  • Granite Kitchens
  • European-Style Cabinetry
  • GE Stainless Steel Appliances
  • Private Balconies and Decks (select units)
  • Full-size Stackable Washer and Dryer
  • Central AC and Heat

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Corey Chambers, REALTOR¬ģ
(213) 880-9910
coreychambers@yahoo.com
http://www.laloftblog.com/

Copyright ¬© This free information provided courtesy L.A. Loft Blog and LAcondoInfo.com with information provided by Corey Chambers, Realty Source Inc, BRE#01889449¬† 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.

Based on information from the Association of REALTORS¬ģ/Multiple Listing as of [date the AOR/MLS data was obtained] and /or other sources. Display of MLS data is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed accurate by the MLS. The Broker/Agent providing the information contained herein may or may not have been the Listing and/or Selling Agent.

*seller and Corey must agree on price and time of possession – details and conditions visit coreychambers.com