The Arts District (Downtown Los Angeles) Barker Block PH#505
Barker Block #505 “For Sale”, another Exclusive listing in DTLA’s renowned Barker Block. Offered at $1,075,000 by the area’s leading boutique broker and building specialist. Selling just under $10m worth of these urban lofts in just the past few years, veteran Realtor certainly knows the building!. No doubt one of DTLA’s favorite and most popular residential buildings! Located in the heart of the booming Arts District. Barker Block is a sprawling, full-service building with top-notch security, attached parking, and a resort-style rooftop sun/amenity deck.that is simply unmatched! The amenity deck offers a state of the art fitness center, fire pit, pool, spa, cabanas and breathtaking views of the downtown skyline that rival none!
Major Penthouse Upgrades
A rare west-facing top floor penthouse where sleek, modern Industrial design and urban warehouse living perfectly intersect! Soaring 13′ exposed concrete ceilings ONLY OFFERED at the PENTHOUSE LEVEL along with over 1300sf of polished concrete floors. Stunning Downtown LA skyline views revealed via thoughtful motorized electric roller shades. Major Upgrades Throughout, custom 8′ smoked glass sliders offering bed and bathroom privacy & separation, custom LED track and pendant lighting with dimmers and designer architectural sconces, tastefully upgraded kitchen with impressive 7′ center island, stainless steel appliance package, fitted quartz countertops & colorful textured mosaic backsplash, designer white cabinets, upgraded quiet dishwasher & reverse osmosis drinking water filter system, massive 8′ white acrylic bedroom wardrobe with full designer inserts for clothing organization, in-unit full-sized washer/dryer, upgraded quiet bathroom vent.
One of the most walkable areas in Downtown, Barker Block allows it’s residents the ability to keep the car in the garage and walk to top restaurants like Bavel, Church & State & Bestia. Grab a coffee at the Urth Cafe, Blue Bottle, or The Pie Hole. Drinks at the Angel City Brewery, Little Bear, or the Arts District Brewery. How about casual eateries like Wurstkuche, Umami Burger, Americana, or Fathers Office. Need grocery’s, walk over to Grow DTLA or a couple of blocks south to the Urban Radish, downtown’s version of Trader Joes. Museums are here, check out Hauser & Wirth. Oh and shopping, experience The Row DTLA or At Mateo! The players have arrived with so many big-name company’s moving their offices into the area: Spotify, Honey, The Soho House, and Warner Music. Finally, take a stroll or bike ride into Little Tokyo or The Historic Core in minutes. Go to The RandelleGreen Groups “Arts District” page for a quick education in DTLA’s booming Arts District!