This 1910 industrial warehouse building at the end of a quiet street has a handful of creative and entrepreneurial tenants. The location is private, the atmosphere is friendly, and the area is industrial but safe and completely secure. This is a true artist space rather than a fancy industrial building chopped up into sleek apartments. The lofts in this building are actually meant to be used for work. The spaces are very large, beautiful and relatively inexpensive. If you would like to roll back the clock a few years to when you could still actually be creative in a space and run a business out of your loft, then this could very well be the perfect building for you.
These amazing spaces range from 1700-4000 sqft, are a block or two from the Toy Factory and Biscuit Company, Molino and 2121 Lofts and steps from the 915 Mateo Lofts in the artist district of downtown LA. The lofts all have skylights, windows, wood floors, sandblasted double-truss ceilings, AC and heat, and a large bathroom and kitchen area. The kitchen amenities include a stove, refrigerator, and dishwasher and garbage disposal. There is a laundry room and freight elevator in the building and secure interior parking. All your pets are welcome. There is ample interior and exterior parking for tenants and visitors.
There is also a huge 5000 sqft exhibition space in the common areas of this rugged building. The walls and ceilings of the spaces are plaster and the floors are concrete, metal and wood. There is artwork on display every day and special exhibitions are organized a few times per year. These are usually one-night events. There is a ground floor roll gate that opens to the street allowing these opening parties to spill out into our quiet industrial setting, making these occasiaons causually festive. If you have ideas for exhibitions, please contact Ford Allen at 213-239-4620 or firstname.lastname@example.org