Unique One-Bedroom Loft in Historic Continental - THE LOFT: This architecturally unique one-bedroom loft is on the 6th floor of the historic Continental Building with soaring ceilings and unique details original to the building, like exposed concrete and beams. Westward views of Spring Street soak in the afternoon sun.
Bring your pet! We love cats and dogs and do not discriminate based on breed or size. There is no pet rent nor pet deposit. This Adaptive Reuse building is zoned for live/work, as well!
- 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
- Live/Work Zoning
THE BUILDING: The Hellman Building was constructed in 1902 on the former site of Herman Hellman's one story cottage at the corner of South Main and 4th Street. Its six story structure features green terra cotta and classical details representative of commercial architecture in the early 20th century. When it was built, it was the largest steel frame building in Los Angeles. The ground floor is home to several art galleries, a local market, salon and a cupcake shop.
THE NEIGHBORHOOD: 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, bars and nightlife following the city's 1999 passage of the adaptive reuse ordinance. Residential lofts in the Old Bank District are characterized by urban architectural design elements, like exposed concrete, high ceilings, and exposed duct work. This neighborhood can boast being the most filmed neighborhood in the country!
THE LOCATION: The ground floor of the building is on Gallery Row, and is home to several art galleries.
On the block: Orsa & Winston, Bar Ama,The Last Bookstore, Bigman Bakes, Kazunori, Tod Lychkoff Gallery, Miguel Osana Studio & Gallery, Robert Renolds Gallery, Howard Griffith Gallery, Spring Street Park (with dog run), Buzz Beer & Wine Shop and more.
Within a few blocks: Perch, Mrs. Fish, Macherroni Republic, Grand Central Market, Pershing Square Station, City Hall, The Edison, Million Dollar Theatre, Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown Independent, The Los Angeles Times, Walgreens, Rite Aid, CVS Pharmacy, USPS, The Los Angeles Athletic Club, Downtown Yoga Circle, The Nickel Diner, Blossom, Onyx Lounge, Artisan House, The Association, Cole's, The Varnish, Las Perlas, Semi Sweet Bakery, Elabrew Coffee, Starbucks, Peddler's Creamery, Raw Art Supplies, and Krav Maga Unyted, Mignon, Two Bits Market, Coronado's, Little Easy, Exchange LA, Spring Street Bar, Beelman's Pub, Syrup Desserts, BierBeisl Imbiss, Gelateria Uli, Horse, Los Angeles Center for Digital Art, Tione's on Main, Simply Salad, Raw Art Materials, Pufrock Pizza, The Regent Theatre, Lovesong Bar, The Must, Croker Club, The Lash, Bar 107, Salon on Main, Portofino Cucina Italiana, Thief BBQ, Bradbury Building, Pitfire Artisan Pizza, St. Vibiana's Cathedral, Groundwork Coffee, Redbird, Millennium Biltmore Hotel, Little Tokyo Library, Historic Core Farmers Market, Rock N Roll Flea Market, Grand Park, Los Angeles Times, Pershing Square Park, Pussy & Pooch Pet Store, and the Pet Project.