420 S San Pedro St #308 Los Angeles, 90013
$695,000 | 1 BA | 1,210 SQFT
LITTLE TOKYO LOFTS North-West corner unit with gorgeous views through 8 large casement industrial windows.
Sunsets, city lights, and New York loft style living at its finest. Features a kitchen with dining area, built in shelves, large closets, and a spacious bathroom w/ washer/dryer. 2 parking spaces in the Gated Structure plus 25 visitors parking spaces. This stunning corner, light-filled unit features walls of windows offering spectacular downtown skyline views. The 1210 sqft open floor plan with HIGH cielings, columns, and exposed concrete gives that industrial feel, while wood floors and immense natural light create a comfortable and warm atmosphere. What was once the historic Westinghouse Elevator Factory, Little Tokyo Lofts has been converted into a residential haven for Downtown LA. This special building has extraordinary amenities including a heated pool, hot tub, outdoor seating areas, bbq, fitness center, and dog run.
Community Explore Downtown L.A.
Downtown Los Angeles is presently on an upward trajectory as it recently experienced colossal revitalization.
Between upscale boutique hotels, luxury high-rises, skyscrapers, and museums sprouting up, such as the newly renowned Broad Museum and the eclectic Ace Hotel, the area has quickly transformed into a chic and highly sought after destination.
As both the lively hub of LA’s commercial heart as well as the neighborhood’s hub for museums and historical landmarks during the day, Downtown Los Angeles offers nightlife to suit everyone. Residents can catch a concert or sporting event at the iconic Staples Center, stop by a swanky rooftop lounge with impeccable panoramic city views after enjoying a show at the world-renowned Frank Gehry’s Walt Disney Concert Hall, or admire several public art displays.
In addition to newly developed apartment buildings and modern condos growing increasingly popular, older buildings in the neighborhood also offer an abundance of residential loft space above storefronts. Despite the influx of recent development, Downtown’s history is still preserved with many landmarks largely unchanged, varying from the historic Bradbury Building to the newly restored Clifton’s Cafeteria.
- Walt Disney Concert Hall
- The Broad
- Grand Central Market
- Bottega Louie
- Clifton's Republic
- The Theatre at Ace Hotel
- Hauser & Wirth
- The Lobby | Nomad Hotel
- Soho Warehouse
- Rolling Greens Downtown Los Angeles
- Hammer And Spear
- ROW DTLA
- The Museum of Contemporary Art
- Maxwell Alexander Gallery
- Ramón C. Cortines School of Visual and Performing Arts
- Colburn School