Spacious Loft in Historic Continental Building - This large, one-bedroom loft is located on the corner of the third floor of the Continental Building in Downtown Los Angeles. As a corner unit, it has views of 4th Street and Spring Street, all the way to Angel's Flight! It features rows of massive windows, exposed concrete, original tile work and soaring ceilings.
The Continental Building stands 12-stories tall on the corner of 4th and South Spring Street. It was the first fully-representative Beaux-Arts style building in Los Angeles, with a façade distinguished by rich ornamental terra cotta, striking bends, pediments and project lion heads. It was built shortly before the city enacted a height restriction in 1905 on all future buildings, making it the tallest building until the 1960s, with the only exception being City Hall.
The Old Bank District is part of DTLA’s vibrant Historic Core. It is characterized by turn-of-the-century commercial buildings that have been converted into residential lofts, shops, galleries, restaurants, and bars.
- Energy Star Appliances included: gas range, refrigerator, dishwasher, and garbage disposal. (There are washer/dryers on each floor of the building).
- Utilities paid by building: water/sewer, gas, and trash.
- Parking for residents is available for $175/month for a single unreserved space, $225/month for a single reserved space and $325/month for tandem-reserved parking.
- Pets are more than welcome here; no pet deposit nor pent rent.
- Night Patrol from dusk until dawn, daily
- Controlled Access to all buildings
The ground floor of building is dedicated to gallery space, featuring the Howard Griffith Gallery, Miguel Osana Studio and Gallery, and the Robert Renoylds Gallery.
Within 1 block: The Continental Club, Old Bank District Market, Bigman Bakes, Kazunori: the Handroll Bar, Bar Ama, Orsa & Winston, The Nickel Diner, Blossom, Tod Lychkoff Gallery, The Last Bookstore, Tione's on Main, Simply Salad, Raw Art Materials, Pufrock Pizza, The Regent Theatre, Lovesong Bar, The Must, The Lash, Bar 107, Buzz Beer & Wine Shop, and Salon on Main
Within 2-3 blocks: Perch, Mrs. Fish, Macherroni Republic, Grand Central Market, Pershing Square Station, The Little Easy, Walgreens, Rite Aid, Onyx Lounge, Artisan House, The Association, Cole's, The Varnish, Las Perlas, Semi Sweet Bakery, Elabrew Coffee, Starbucks, Mignon, Spring Street Bar, Beelman's Pub, Syrup Desserts, Gelateria Uli, Horse Thief BBQ, Bradbury Building, City Hall, The Edison, Pitfire Artisan Pizza, Little Tokyo Library, Farmers Market, Grand Park, Los Angeles Times, Pershing Square Park, Pussy & Pooch Pet Store, Pet Project.
Please contact us by email (email@example.com) or phone (213.253.4777) to schedule a showing. Visit www.laloft.com for more information.