Barn Lofts Condominiums

Nestled amidst the dynamic energy of Downtown Los Angeles, Barn Lofts Condominiums offer a truly unique living experience that seamlessly marries the charm of history with the comfort of contemporary design. Situated at 940 E 2nd St, this iconic address is more than just a residence – it's a testament to the rich tapestry of urban living.

Once a thriving industrial barn, Barn Lofts Condominiums have been transformed into a captivating haven that captures the essence of the past while embracing the luxuries of the present. Exposed brick walls, original timber beams, and large windows harken back to the building's storied history, infusing every space with character and authenticity.

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Barn Lofts Condos Statistics

  • Year Built: 1906
  • Stories: 3
  • Number of Units: 38

Where is Barn Lofts Condo?

Barn Lofts is located at Address: 940 E 2nd St Los Angeles, CA 90013

Which utilities do the homeowners of Barn Lofts have to pay?

Electricity, Cable and Internet.

Does Barn Lofts allow Pets?

Barn Lofts allows people to bring in Pets. HOA pet rules applied.

What are the Amenities available at Barn Lofts?

    • Open Floor Plans: Loft-style units are known for their open layouts, often featuring high ceilings and a lack of interior walls, allowing for versatile use of space.
    • Industrial Features: These might include exposed brick walls, steel beams, large windows, and other architectural elements that capture the industrial character of the building's original purpose.
    • Modern Appliances: Loft units typically come equipped with modern kitchen appliances and fixtures, blending contemporary convenience with the industrial aesthetic.
    • Natural Light: Many loft units offer large windows that allow plenty of natural light to flow in, creating a bright and airy atmosphere.
    • High Ceilings: Loft spaces often feature high ceilings, which contribute to a sense of openness and spaciousness.
    • Communal Spaces: Depending on the development, there might be shared communal spaces such as rooftop terraces, lounges, or outdoor areas where residents can relax and socialize.
    • Fitness Facilities: Some loft developments include fitness centers or gyms for residents to maintain their health and wellness.
    • Parking: Covered or secured parking spaces for residents' vehicles, which can be important in urban settings.
    • Security: Controlled access, security personnel, or surveillance systems for safety and peace of mind.
    • Bike Storage: Secure storage for bicycles, accommodating eco-friendly transportation options.
    • Pet-Friendly Amenities: If allowed, amenities like dog parks or pet care services.
    • Storage Space: Additional storage areas for residents to keep belongings that may not fit in their living spaces.

                                  What Types of Condos are at Barn Lofts?

                                  Barn Lofts Downtown LA Condos consists of low-rise building units. The building  has 3 Stories and 38 units. The living areas range in size from 1,285 to 1,332 square feet.

                                  What schools are assigned to Barn Lofts?

                                  The schools assigned to Barn Lofts Condominiums include Utah Street Elementary School, Felicitas And Gonzalo Mendez High and Theodore Roosevelt Senior High.

                                  What do we like about Barn Lofts Condos?

                                  Introducing Barn Lofts, also known as 940 E. 2nd – a captivating transformation that bridges past and present. Originally built in 1906 and revitalized in 2011, this remarkable development showcases 38 luxurious live/work townhome lofts, nestled at the vibrant heart of Downtown Los Angeles' Arts District.

                                  Positioned at the eastern fringes of Downtown Los Angeles, the Arts District is a flourishing haven of creativity and culture. Here, Barn Lofts thrives as a self-contained community, complemented by an array of independent restaurants, bars, boutiques, and galleries that define the area's dynamic spirit.

                                  In 1906, 940 East 2nd Street emerged as a sugar beet storage depot under the vision of industrialists John and Adolph Spreckels, renowned as The Spreckels Brothers. Witnessing the passage of time, the depot underwent transformative phases, including a 1920s renovation by the esteemed architect John B. Parkinson. Known for iconic landmarks like Los Angeles City Hall, Union Station, and more, Parkinson's touch added to the area's architectural legacy.

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