Ato DLTA Condominiums

The newest condo project in the Little Tokyo neighborhood of Downtown Los Angeles, is Ato Condo. The building contains 77 units with flexible floorplans (1 to 2 bedrooms) in either a 1 or 2-bedroom configuration. Each unit has a private balcony or patio where you can relax and unwind after a long day’s work. Its amenities include an outdoor theater for movies and summer movies, a fitness center, a rooftop pool, and a patio lounge. Its located near the Little Tokyo Shopping Underground as well as the Japantown & Old Mill district of Los Angeles.

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Available Ato Condos For Sale

Search Ato DTLA Condos October 6, 2022
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Listed
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Avg. DOM
$902.26
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$779,000
Med. List Price
2 Properties

Ato Condos Statistics

  • Year Built: 2022
  • Stories: 9
  • Number of Units: 77

Where is Ato Condo?

Ato DTLA Condos located at Address: 118 Astronaut Ellison S. Onizuka St, Los Angeles, CA, 90012

Which utilities do the homeowners of Ato DLTA have to pay?

Electricity, Cable, Internet.

Does Ato DLTA allow Pets?

Ato DTLA allows people to bring in Pets. HOA pet rules applied.


What are the Amenities available at Ato DTLA?

Ato Condo offers a residential experience in Downtown Los Angeles. Residents of the building have access to all the luxuries of urban living with amenities such as a rooftop pool and cabanas, a fitness center, an outdoor theater, a barbecue area, and much more. Discover a rare opportunity to own a home surrounded by the best Downtown Los Angeles has to offer.

What Types of Condos are at Ato DTLA?

Ato DTLA consists of high-rise building units. The building is 9 stories tall and has 77 units. The living areas range in size from 718 to 1,112 square feet.

What schools are assigned to Ato DTLA?

The schools assigned to Ato Condominiums include Ninth Street School, Hollenbeck Middle School, and Belmont Senior High School.

What do we like about Ato DTLA Condos?

The Ato DTLA completed In 2022 Living in Downtown Los Angeles. With new craft breweries, old-school ramen joints, legendary mochi confectionaries, pop-up retail shops, and art galleries tucked into every corner, it’s obvious why the Little Tokyo/Arts District provides the coolest living in downtown LA.

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