Looking for open space and maintenance-free living? This bath and a half loft condo in downtown Los Angeles could be the answer. The building structure was initially constructed more than 80 years ago, and was used as a distribution center for United Parcel Service. It was later converted over to more than 90 residential units in the early 2000’s.
Situated on the third floor, this light and bright unit offers in excess of 1,200 square feet. The high ceilings and concrete floors are essentially a blank canvas for the new owner – as are the unit’s wall-less features.
In the spacious kitchen area you will find bar-style seating, along with quartz countertops and newer stainless steel appliances. Other features of note include the in-unit laundry, as well as two designated parking spots on site.
Located in the Flower Street Lofts (in the old UPS building on Flower Street), this unique living space is currently on the market at $675K, with HOA dues of $944 per month. (The homeowner’s association fees cover the building’s gated entry, as well as its common spaces – which include a first floor atrium). Private tours can be arranged for interested purchasers.
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