Bartlett Building Lofts
See all lofts for sale in Bartlett Building Lofts below. Bartlett Building Lofts is a high-rise loft building in the Gallery Row neighborhood of Downtown Los Angeles. Built in 1911, Bartlett Building Lofts is 14 stories tall and contains 140 loft units with living areas that range in size from 430 to 1,100 square feet.
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Available Bartlett Building Lofts For Sale
- Year Built: 1911
- Modernized: 2002
- Stories: 14
- Number of Units: 130
Where is Bartlett Building Lofts?
Bartlett Building Lofts is located at Address: 215 W 7th St Los Angeles, CA 90014
Which utilities do the homeowners of Bartlett Building Lofts have to pay?
Electricity, Cable, Sewer, Water and Internet.
Does Bartlett Building Lofts allow Pets?
Bartlett Building Lofts allows people to bring in Pets. HOA pet rules applied.
What are the Amenities available at Bartlett Building Lofts?
What Types of Condos are at Bartlett Building?
Bartlett Building, Downtown LA Condos consists of low-rise building units. The building has 14 Stories and 130 units. The living areas range in size from 500 to 1,040 square feet.
What schools are assigned to Bartlett Building Lofts?
The schools assigned to Bartlett Building Lofts include Ninth Street School, John H. Liechty Middle School and
Miguel Contreras Learning Complex School.
What do we like about Bartlett Building Lofts?
Originally constructed in 1911 by renowned Los Angeles architects John Parkinson and Edwin Bergstrom, the A.G. Bartlett Building has been masterfully transformed into a residential oasis under the Adaptive Reuse Ordinance. Today, this historic gem houses 130 unique condominiums, providing its residents with a fusion of vintage elegance and modern comforts, along with convenient ground-floor retail spaces.
The Beaux Arts architectural style of the building shines through with original colored marble and intricate glass mosaics adorning the ground floor. Preserved remnants of the iconic black and white "subway" pattern flooring on the mezzanine level pay homage to the building's rich history.