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The Arts District is LA's answer to the NYC 'Meatpacking District'! The Biscuit Lofts (1925) is the former headquarters of Nabisco and was converted to loft space in 2007. Features include original maple wood flooring, high ceilings, step-up living room, exposed brick, a sleek SS kitchen and fantastic downtown views. The unit has been additionally customized with a row of antique leather closets, half-wall bedroom separation to provide privacy yet keep openness to the space, and antique cabinetry in the bathroom. Building amenities: BBQ's, fire pit, garden, saline pool, 24hr doorman, gym, gated parking space. Not to be forgotten are the 'Mills Act' reduced property taxes! The area now includes new high-end markets, restaurants and soon to be shopping with the One Santa Fe project. Truly a unique opportunity in one of the most exciting areas of downtown.
This landmark building was originally designed by the Dean of American architects EF Eckel and constructed for the National Biscuit Headquarters in 1925. It was restored and adapted in 2006 and converted to The Biscuit Company Lofts. Features include soaring ceilings with exposed ducting, hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances and plenty of natural light. Amenities include 24/7 doorman, salt water pool, gym/exercise room, outdoor BBQ's and a street level Restaurant & Bar. The property qualifies for the "Mills Tax Credit Act" resulting in a significant reduction in property taxes. The unit also includes one parking space and an additional deeded storage unit.
ATTENTION ARTISTS, INVESTORS AND ENTREPENUERS- THE POSSIBILITIES ARE ENDLESS IN THIS MIXED USE FLEX SPACE JUST MINUTES FROM THE FASHION AND ARTS DISTRICTS. LIVE/WORK WITH EXTRA INCOME! 2 BUILDINGS: MAIN FRONT UNIT IS APPROX 1200 SQFT W/ SEPARATE ROOM IN FRONT FOR OFFICE SPACE OR ??,THE REMAINING IS AN OPEN FLOOR PLAN WITH KITCHEONETTE, 3/4 BATH PLUS AN ADDED APPROX 400 SQFT BONUS ROOM IN REAR. ATTIC SPACE FOR LOTS OF STORAGE OR POSSIBLY BLOW IT OUT AND CREATE A HIGH CEILING STUDIO OR 2ND STORY LOFT (BUYER TO CHECK WITH CITY)THIS WILL BE DELIVERED VACANT.THE REAR LEGAL DUPLEX IS CURRENTLY BEING USED AS ONE UNIT BUT CAN EASILY BE RE-CONVERTED. LONG TERM TENANT DELIVERS IMMEDIATE RELIABLE INCOME, BUT MAY BE DELIVERED VACANT. SELLER STATES THERE HAVE BEEN RECENT UPGRADES TO BOTH ELECTRIC AND PLUMBING. BILLBOARD ON PROPERTY BRINGS IN AN ADDITIONAL $900. YR INCOME ON A 20 YEAR LEASE.PARKING IN FRONT AND IN DRIVEWAY. ALL THIS FOR UNDER $500K IN BOOMING DOWNTOWN L.A. ..GET IN WHILE YOU CAN!
Standard Sale. Drive by only, please ! please do not disturb tenants, shown with accepted offer. Location ! Location !First time on the market in 60 years, and this house is situated on a LAM2 zone lot, light industrial manufacturing. Japanese town is 5 minutes away, and very convenient for everything. Surrounded by warehouses, and manufacture buildings. Houses are rare in this area. Good investment opportunity. Seller said, cash offer only please. Call listing agent for more info.
Most desirable Loft bldg in the Arts District. The Biscuit Factory, converted from a 1925 NABISCO factory to magnificent contemporary residential lofts in 2008. Super high ceilings, exposed brick walls, great light from North facing windows, kitchen with all appliances + washer/dryer. Open floor plan, hardwood floors, beautiful pool area with BBQ, lounge areas & fire pit. Covered parking & gym included + 24/7 front desk security provided as well. Available now.