889 Francisco St #3208 Los Angeles CA 90017
$1,595,000 | 2 BD | 2 BA | 1385 SQFT
North West corner forever views! Peace, serenity & abundant natural light. This spectacular, highly upgraded corner residence floats in the clouds, high above the Downtown skyline - this is the ideal sanctuary. Mountain, skyline, Hollywood Hills, sprawling Los Angeles views all the way to the sea. Highly upgraded Lutron smart-home enabled, USB-port outlets, shower speakers, Toto toilet w/ bidet, rain showerhead w/ hand held temp controlled dual valve, Nest thermostat, Sonos sound system, earthquake mounted TV, anchored safe, etc. 2 BR, 2 BA plus Pantry w/ custom built-in storage. Top line BOSCH appliances, Thermidor fridge, Uline wine fridge, oak hardwood floors, cearsarstone counters, with custom cabinetry throughout. 2 x parking spaces plus separate storage unit included. Metropolis offers ultimate in 24/7 front desk white glove security and service, 5-star resort quality amenites includes Conference/Meetings roomS, pool, spa, cabanas, BBQ, dog walking. Must see!
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