Property Description

This ideal work/live Bartlett Building loft has been tastefully remodeled Kitchen features all new cabinets, sink and faucet, plus stainless-steel appliances and coffee bar. Lighting has been updated to luxurious fixtures adding dramatic appeal to the 10ft ceilings. The eighth floor corner placement, polished concrete floors throughout and towering original double-hung windows make for a light-filled urban space. In unit washer/dryer and tons of storage make this the perfect starter loft investment. Originally built in 1911 and reimagined into 139 lofts in 2004, the A.G. Bartlett building was designed in the Beaux-Arts style by legendary architects John Parkinson and Edwin Bergstrom. Formerly the Union Oil Building, when completed, it was the tallest building in the city. The tasteful re-envisioning of the building retains many original details like the intricate tile floors, restored elevator doors and iron staircases. The building includes a 24-hour doorman, communal rooftop space with 360-degree views of the LA city skyline and most importantly Mills Act Status (ensuring a savings of 50-70% off on owner property taxes). Situated in the heart of the DTLA Historic Core, The Bartlett is walking distance to farmer’s markets, Whole Foods, Restaurant Row, Fashion District, Grand Central Market and LA Live / Crypto Arena. Easy to show.

Residential Condominium

215 7th Street #801, Los Angeles, California 90014

$465,000
Basic Details
Property Type : Residential
Status : Active
# of Rooms : 0
# of Bathrooms : 1
SF : 742SF
PPSF : $627
HOA : $663
Parking : 0
Lot SF : 0SF
Lot PPSF : $inf
Year Built : 1911
Virtual Tours : Not available
DOM : 0 Days
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