1610 West 7th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90017
City View Lofts near Downtown Los Angeles, is a historic landmark converted into live-work spaces, which are used primarily by creative types looking for large concrete lofts similar to the ones found in San Francisco and New York. This massive 1920s structure was originally built, owned and operated by Young’s Market Company.
In the early 2000s, local real estate developers Fred Leeds and David Oved from Fred Leeds Properties purchased the property, and restored and converted it into its current use. Built in 1924 and modernized in 2004, is one of Los Angeles’s most well-known Historical Landmarks.
The structure embodies a beautiful Italian-renaissance design with monumental roman pillars lining the lobby, detailed interior roof paintings and Minnesota granite lining the facade.
One of the most notable features of the architecture is the genuine bronze and terra cotta Lucca Della Robbia style frieze that wraps the building.
Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2004, its construction was a testament to the Young’s family business achievement. The five-story structure was built with the most prestigious materials of the era. The substantial reputation of the structure is well deserved.
- Controlled Access
- Two Entrances
- 2 Keyed Elevators
- Onsite Management
- Evening Security
- Full-time Cleaning Staff
- Rooftop Sundeck
- Subterranean Parking Included
- Additional Free Parking at the “Wilshire-Union Center“
- Laundry Room
- Residence Features
- Polished Concrete Floors
- Kitchens with Stainless Steel Appliances
- Exposed Piping
- Central AC/Heat
- Granite Countertops
- Panoramic Views of Los Angeles
For additional general or leasing information on this center, contact Owner Developer Fred Leeds Properties.