Biscuit Company Lofts: Downtown LA Arts District
I just listed a super cool loft style condo in the Biscuit Lofts in the Arts District. If you are not familiar with the Arts District, it is the hottest emerging DTLA neighborhood. You’ll find it west of Alameda and east of the LA river between approximately 1st and 7th St.
Unit 110 is a ground floor property with a steel and glass garage door that rolls up for easy loading or just bringing your motorcycle in. The phrase is kind of overused, but this is a true live / work environment.
The 13 foot ceilings and original 1" thick 1925 maple hardwood floors and exposed brick add to the authenticity of this property. The stainless kitchen with Caesar Stone counters brings this landmark building into the 21st century. The bathroom features an oversized soaking tub and marble.
There is 1 covered parking space as well as a storage space on the ground level. Church and State is downstairs, steps to Lil Bear, Joe's 24hr Market, The Urban Radish, Bestia, Zen Cafe, and everywhere else you want to be.
Built in 1925 at a cost of $2,000,000 and updated in 2006 for $25,000,000 the former home of the National Biscuit Company (Nabisco) is now known as the Biscuit Company Lofts and is one of the most desirable places to live in the hottest LA neighborhood, the downtown Arts District.
Building amenities include landscaped garden, pool, 24 hr doorman, gated parking, BBQ area, fitness center and more.
Fun fact, the actor Nicholas Cage (one of my favorites) used to live in this building. How cool is that?
I love the Arts District. How about you?
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