Industrial Artist/Construction Studio
Los Angeles, CA
Location is a studio in an old warehouse just south of the arts district on the edge of DTLA. Very industrial location nominated for historical cultural monument due to it being one of the first art studios to begin "loft" style construction in Los Angeles. Dual gated access with large well lit parking lot. Additional street parking is available. The building was constructed in 1916 for use as a furniture warehouse and is vernacular in appearance. It sits on a concrete foundation and is sheltered by a very low‐pitched gable roof with a stepped parapet and rolled asphalt roofing. Several skylights have been added to the roof. The building’s walls are primarily clad in brick; a darker brick at the east façade delineates fenestration openings, painted address numbers, and ghost signs. The brick at the north façade has been clad over with wood board‐and‐batten siding. Windows are primarily large multi‐light fixed steel sash with smaller awning and hopper sashes. The original main entrance to the building was located on the east façade; it has been filled in with wood siding. The current main entrances are located at the north façade and include a center metal freight door and three single fully glazed metal doors, which lead to interior corridors.
Category and style
Private parking for 5 cars
Truck / motorhome on site parking: On property, Street
Available parking lot or parking structure nearby
Address most likely falls into one of the following permit zones: Los Angeles, Vernon. Please confirm with the host.
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Property size (sq ft):
1000 sq ft
Large Vehicle Access
Sash/Up And Down/Hung Windows
Wheelchair / Handicap Access
Exact location provided after booking