The Higgins Building was one of the first adaptive re-use buildings converted in 2003. It was conceived in 1910 by copper tycoon Thomas Higgins, and designed in the Beaux-Arts style by Architects Arthur L. Haley and A.C. Martin.
Surrounding the building lay architectural masterpieces including the Caltrans headquarters, Historic LA Times building, City Hall and the upcoming LAPD headquarters. This building has many authentic loft features like polished concrete floors, original tile, exposed brick and ductwork and the original cage elevators. On the top floor you’ll find a roof-top lounge with amazing city views.