A Modern Take on
A Classic Design
2 BED | 3 BATHS | 3,320 SQFT
Largest Penthouse in Historic Core
Four Stories With Interior Elevator
Designer Details Throughout
Panoramic City Views
Mills Act Tax Savings
Broadway Shopping Center
Apple Tower Theatre
Rooftop Pool, Gym, Spa
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One-of-a-kind Penthouse at the stunning Eastern Columbia Lofts features a multi-level open and light-filled floorplan. This northwest corner home, the largest offered in LA's Historic Core, has extraordinary skyscraper views and vistas from every room. The spacious chef's kitchen features Viking appliances and a center island. Separate dining area, living room, laundry closet, and bath. Hardwood floors, electronic shades, and custom lighting throughout this home.
The second level can be used as a den, office, or second bedroom. On the third level, you will find a bar with access to the patio area and pool area. The master bedroom suite is on the top level and includes a full marble bath, walk-in closet, skylight, and blackout shades. Plans for a private elevator to access all levels are ready. This home also comes with an onsite storage unit, two parking spaces and is in a full-service, luxury building. With the Mills Act, property tax savings are over $40,000 per year.
Unprecedented Luxury Living For The Classic & Modern Angeleno.
The Eastern Columbia Building, designed by Claud Beeman, opened on September 12, 1930 after just short months of construction. It was built as the new headquarters of Eastern Outfitting Company. furniture & clothing store.
With the construction of this lavish structure, the company could also boast one of the largest buildings constructed in Downtown until WWII. Located in the Broadway Theatre and Commercial District, the Eastern Columbia Building is 13 stories high. It is built of steel reinforced concrete & clad in glossy turquoise terra cotta trimmed with deep blue and gold terra cotta.
The building's vertical emphasis is accentuated by deeply recessed bands of paired windows and spandrels with copper panels separated by vertical columns .
Downtown Los Angeles
Hip & Historic, Downtown Los Angeles (DTLA) offers big city excitement with trendy restaurants, cultural attractions, friendly shopping, and major-league-sports.
Easily accessible by Metro and perhaps one of the most pedestrian friendly urban neighborhoods in LA. DTLA is being transformed by a multitude of cultural offerings such as regular art walks, and street festivals, as well as innovative businesses that include outdoor markets, hip boutiques, and pop-ups. An Influx of new residents has helped energize the area, and Downtown LA's re-emergence is also being driven by such attractions as Grand Park, Walt Disney Music Hall, The Broad Museum, Staples Center, LA Live, and DTLA's newest resident: Apple's new retail store at the historic Tower Theater.