Little Tokyo Lofts offer a true residential loft, not some newly constructed wanna-be. These downtown spaces are for those who would rather chew glass than live in a box in the ‘burbs. Design your space for the way you want to live — choose the city view that most inspires you.
The Grand Lofts project, located in South Park near the Staples Arena, is significant in its re-use of an existing four-story structure as the base for three additional stories of new steel construction. The original building was completed in 1927 as a warehouse for the Pepperdine Automotive Supply Business.
With its authentic loft features, unmistakable KOR Group style and vibrant downtown L.A. Arts District location, Barker Block is one of the best-selling loft communities in the city. Lofts feature true adaptive reuse style featuring historic details, exposed brick, polished concrete floors and wide open living spaces.
Rowan Lofts, built in 1912 is an authentic historic loft building that has been modernized with contemporary finishes and fixtures. With 206 loft style units that feature original windows, hardwood floors and designer kitchens.
Packard Lofts, built in 1928, was once the long-time home to the world’s most luxurious automobiles. Packard Lofts have been transformed into the ultimate urban living experience. Located in Downtown’s most desirable location, South Park, Packard Lofts features 116 condo-quality apartment homes that feature Subterranean Parking, private balconies with sliding glass doors, 2 story penthouse units & distinctive architectural open-air atrium.
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.
A landmark building constructed in 1925 and restored and adapted in 2006. Each Biscuit Company Loft features a spacious floor plan flooded with natural light, sturdy steel frame construction, high ceilings, exposed brick walls, thick hardwood floors, industrial scale windows and oversized doors.