Library Court Condos for Sale
Originally constructed as Lincoln Savings building in 1955 and went through dramatic rehabilitation in 2004, the building came back in the name of Library Court and converted into condominium units. Its six-story structure offers 90 units comprised largely of one-bedroom and two-bedroom flats, in addition to five townhouse-style units. Units feature 9' to 15' ceilings, granite countertops, upgraded wood flooring, stackable washer and dryer, and needed parking. A numerous community amenities include a zen-like courtyard, library lounge, a fitness center, and a 24 hour study. The location offers a convenient spot in the heart of Downtown's Financial District with several eateries on the ground floor and nearby establishments.
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- Year Built: 1955
- Modernized: 2004
- Stories: 6
- Number of Units: 90
Where is Library Court Condos?
Library Court is located at Address: 630 W 6th St Los Angeles, CA 90017
Which utilities do the homeowners of Library Court Condos have to pay?
Electricity, Water, Sewer, Trash, Cable and Internet.
Does Library Court Condos allow Pets?
Library Court allows people to bring in Pets. HOA pet rules applied.
What are the Amenities available at Library Court Condos?
What Types of Condos are at Library Court?
Library Court, Downtown LA Condos consist of low-rise building units. The building has 6 Stories and 90 units. The living areas range in size from 530 to 1,300 square feet.
What schools are assigned to Library Court Condos?
The schools assigned to Library Court Condos include Ninth Street School, John H. Liechty Middle School, and Miguel Contreras Learning Complex School.
What do we like about Library Court Condos?
Library Court is a historic gem with a rich past and an exciting transformation. Originally constructed in 1955 as the headquarters of Lincoln Savings, it underwent multiple changes over the years, including the addition of two extra levels and a complete renovation in the 1990s.
In 2004, the Greystone Group made a significant $20 million investment in the building. Collaborating with the renowned historic preservationist Brenda Levin, they breathed new life into the structure, giving rise to what we now know as Library Court. Levin's illustrious portfolio includes iconic landmarks such as the Bradbury Building, Grand Central Market, the Oviatt Building, Wiltern Theatre, and the Griffith Observatory.
The transformation of Library Court into an urban oasis was a remarkable undertaking. The central core of the building was removed to create a serene, open-air courtyard—a true Zen haven in the midst of the city. A sixth story was added, providing residents with access to a rooftop library lounge. The building also offers a 24-hour study hall, a business center, and a well-equipped fitness gym.