El Dorado Lofts
Located in the center of DTLA's Historic Core, El Dorado Lofts offer the exclusivity of only 65 private residences filled with rich history and stylish, high quality finishes. Lofts include built-in stainless steel Bosch appliances, Snaidero Italian cabinets, granite countertops, under-cabinet lighting, stainless steel dual-basin kitchen sink, deep soaking tubs, and ventless washer/dryer. Plus, Mills Act approved for considerable tax savings.
- Year Built: 1914
- Stories: 12
- Number of Units: 65
Where is El Dorado Lofts?
El Dorado is located at Address: 416 S Spring St Los Angeles, CA 90013
Which utilities do the homeowners of El Dorado have to pay?
Electricity, Gas, Internet and Cable.
Does El Dorado allow Pets?
El Dorado Lofts allows people to bring in Pets. HOA pet rules applied.
What are the Amenities available at El Dorado?
El Dorado Lofts offers a range of amenities for its residents, including:
- Controlled Access
- Rooftop Lounge with Spectacular Views
- Fitness Center
- 24-Hour Front Desk Concierge
- Parking Available
- On-Site Laundry Facilities
These amenities contribute to the comfort, convenience, and vibrant lifestyle that El Dorado Lofts provides to its residents.
What Types of Condos are at El Dorado?
El Dorado Lofts, Pasadena Condos consist of low-rise building units. The building has 12 Stories and 65 units. The living areas range in size from 848 to 1,190 square feet.
What schools are assigned to El Dorado?
The schools assigned to El Dorado Lofts include Ninth Street School, John H. Liechty Middle School and Belmont Senior High School.
What do we like about El Dorado Lofts?
Constructed in 1914, El Dorado Lofts was heralded by the Los Angeles Times as an exquisite establishment with a captivating façade and modern conveniences. Originally erected by the esteemed local capitalist and financier N. W. Stowell, the building holds a rich historical significance.
Standing tall at 12 stories, the structure showcases the remarkable bounty of materials and intricate detailing sourced from Southern California. The exterior is adorned with lush green glazed brick, while the interior walls and lobby columns are graced by the warm golden hues of Batchelder tiles.
Designed to cater to businessmen and frequent travelers, the hotel boasted an array of cutting-edge amenities. It became a highly acclaimed venue for local social gatherings. In 1938, the Hotel Stowell underwent a change in ownership and was later rebranded as the El Dorado Hotel.