The Arts District | Downtown Los Angeles Lofts For Sale
The Arts District Downtown Los Angeles lofts for sale have certainly become a destination for Angeleno’s across all of L.A. County. Sitting just east of Little Tokyo and west of the LA River Project. What was once a barren industrial wasteland is now a thriving, bustling center of urban lofts for sale and lease. The Arts District is home to popular residential loft hot spots like Barker Block, Biscuit Company, Molino Street Lofts and The Toy Factory. Five star restaurants like the renowned Bestia, Church & State, The Factory Kitchen and Bestia’s latest new eatery, Bavel.
Shopping for the millennial’s, locals and gentrified inhabitants of what is commonly referred to as “the Renaissance of Downtown LA” has taken off as well. At Mateo is fast becoming an impressive plaza over on Palmetto & Mateo. This massive brick enclave offers 130,000sf of restaurant and retail space, 100,000sf of creative office space and a 540 car parking structure. Grow DTLA is a great option for grocery’s along with The Urban Radish, which is best described as downtown’s version of Trader Joes.
Spotify | Warner Music | Soho Warehouse | Honey
The Arts District could not be hotter with so many large companies coming into the area. The AD is the new regional headquarters for music streaming tech giant Spotify, who recently moved into “At Mateo” on Plametto & Mateo occupying 110,000sf. Santa Fe Avenue is proving to be the trendy new address for some big new players in DTLA. Lucky Brand Jeans and Lyft’s ride share LA corporate’s office now call Santa Fe Ave home. Additionally the booming Avenue, one block east of Mateo and a few blocks west of the LA river will house Warner Music’s new headquarters, who after many years in Burbank the music powerhouse has signed a 10 year lease in the Old Ford Factory Building at 777 Santa Fe Ave.
The Soho Warehouse’s new west coast hotel now calls 1000 Santa Fe in downtown it’s new home boasting a spectacular rooftop pool, restaurant, bar and Tuscan gardens to it’s private members. The latest addition is Honey, the online coupon startup that has been turning heads just signed a long term lease of the historic Coca Cola building on 4th & Traction where they have set up shop in 132,000sf of sprawling warehouse space where over 175 employee’s are ready are in place. Needless to say, The Arts District has arrived and shows no signs of stopping!
The Row DTLA
There is one mega experience that has been drawing them into The Arts District from Santa Monica to Sherman Oaks for the past year; The Row-DTLA, housed in the former American Apparel manufacturing facility at 7th & Alameda. This massive development is filled with offices, shops, bars, restaurants and events spaces. Here you’ll experience flavorful & artful bento boxes at Hayato. Incredible caffeine fixes at Go Get Em Tiger and Japanese fried chicken sandwiches at Pikunico (think Asian Chick-fil-A). Try Rappahannock Oyster Bar an incredible taste of the East Coast. And for something very special, every Sunday in the massive parking lot to the west, the sprawling complex hosts Smorgasburg, a weekly street-food festival featuring the best artisian street food in the city. The Arts District has arrived and as it has been said, “build it and they will come”!Click to view all Homes for Sale in the Arts District
Downtown Los Angeles Featured Lofts For Sale
825 E 4TH Street 408 Los Angeles, California
1 Beds 1 Baths 900 SqFt
527 Molino Street 219 Los Angeles, California
1 Beds 1 Baths 863 SqFt
629 Traction Avenue 507 Los Angeles, California
1 Beds 1 Baths 970 SqFt 2.095 Acres
530 S Hewitt Street 440 Los Angeles, California
1 Beds 1 Baths 930 SqFt 0.902 Acres
Whether you are looking to buy or lease lofts in downtown Los Angeles. It would make sense to look hard at The Arts District. The area offers something very unique and very special. Larger lofts out here, more square footage, but prices have jumped. You won’t find anything as of 4/6/2020 in any of the primary full service buildings under $650k and prices can go up well over $1.75m. Square footage’s vary from 700sf to 2500sf. Lofts downtown in the Arts District are typically warehouse style with exposed concrete, brick and timber. Wide open spaces with no demising walls, that means no bedroom doors. However, owners (not renters) do have options to add walls or create “sleeping area’s” via sliding glass doors.
Top Restaurants, Arts & Shopping in The Arts District
- Church & State
- The Factory Kitchen
- Angel City Brewery
- Fathers Office
- Everson Royce
- Guerrilla Tacos
- At Mateo
- Hauser & Wirth Art Gallery
- Urban Radish
- Grow DTLA
Commute Times Around Downtown From The Arts District
The Arts District is conveniently located to public transportation with Union Station being just blocks away. The new Little Tokyo/Arts District Metro stop is within walking distance and freeway accessibility is excellent: just south of the 101, north of the 10 and west of the 5.
- Little Tokyo: 0.8 miles
- The Historic Core: 1.1 miles
- The Fashion District: 1.3 miles
- Bunker Hill: 1.5 miles
- The Financial District: 1.6 miles
- City West: 1.8 miles
- South Park: 4.4 miles
Check out the primary Arts District Buildings below and call 213-254-7626 for any tour requests or for more information!
The Arts District’s Primary Buildings: (Sale & Lease)
|Loft Photo||Loft Name||District||Address||Sale/Rent/Both||Year Built/Renovated||# of Units||Lofts for Sale||Lofts for Rent|
|Barker Block Lofts||Arts District||510/530 S. Hewitt St. 90013||B||1880 / 2005||297||View Lofts For Sale||View Lofts For Rent|
|Barker Block "Warehouse One" Lofts||Arts District||527 Molino St. 90013||B||1880/2014||65||View Lofts For Sale||View Lofts For Rent|
|Beacon Lofts||Arts District||825 E. 4th St. 90013||B||1923 / 2010||53||View Lofts For Sale||View Lofts For Rent|
|Biscuit Company Lofts||Arts District||1850 Industrial St. 90021||B||1925 / 2005||104||View Lofts For Sale||View Lofts For Rent|
|940 E. 2nd St (Barn Lofts)||Arts District||940 E. 2nd St. 90013||B||1906/2010||38||View Lofts For Sale||View Lofts For Rent|
|The Walnut Building Lofts||Arts District||691 Mill St. 90021||R||1921-2028||View Lofts For Rent|
|Gallery Lofts||Arts District||130 S. Hewitt St. 90013||B||1948/2012||33||View Lofts For Sale||View Lofts For Rent|
|Molino Street Lofts||Arts District||500/530 Molino St. 90013||B||1923/2006||91||View Lofts For Sale||View Lofts For Rent|
|Mura Lofts||Arts District||629 Traction Ave 90013||B||2007||191||View Lofts For Sale||View Lofts For Rent|
|Toy Factory Lofts||Arts District||1855 Industrial St. 90021||B||1924/2006||119||View Lofts For Sale||View Lofts For Rent|
|Toy Warehouse Lofts||Arts District||215 S. Sante Fe Ave 90012||B||1907/2001||20||View Lofts For Sale||View Lofts For Rent|