The Brockman Lofts

The Brockman, built-in 1912 and Modernized in 2008, is a 12-story Classical and Romanesque Revival building located in the Jewelry District of Downtown Los Angeles.

The Brockman Building helped shape downtown LA a century ago. Today, this striking 12-story Beaux Arts tower is gaining new life as The Brockman Lofts. Located in the Financial District, this historic building is pet-friendly and features penthouses, rooftop amenities and large floor plans with premium finishes including marble countertops in select lofts. Residents also enjoy priority seating at Bottega Louie as well as delivery straight to their lofts.

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The Brockman Lofts Statistics

  • Year Built: 1912
  • Modernized: 2008
  • Stories: 12
  • Number of Units: 80

Where is The Brockman Lofts?

The Brockman Lofts is located at Address: 520 & 530 W 7th St Los Angeles, CA 90014

Which utilities do the homeowners of The Brockman Lofts have to pay?

Electricity, Sewer, Water, Cable and Internet.

Does The Brockman Lofts allow Pets?

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

What are the Amenities available at The Brockman Lofts?

        • Concierge: A dedicated concierge service to assist with residents' needs and requests.
        • Grand Lobby: A welcoming and stylish entrance to the building.
        • Building Security: Ensuring the safety and peace of mind of all residents.
        • Lounging and Sun Deck: An outdoor space to relax and soak up the California sun.
        • Rooftop Fitness Center: State-of-the-art facilities for those who value an active lifestyle.
        • Hot and Cold Water Outdoor Spas: Perfect for unwinding and relaxation.
        • Individual Storage Units: Additional storage space for residents' convenience.
        • Bottega Louie Restaurant and Gourmet Market on Retail Level: World-class dining and shopping right at your doorstep.

                                                                                                                                            What Types of Condos are at The Brockman Lofts?

                                                                                                                                            The Brockman Lofts, Downtown LA Condos consists of low-rise building units. The building has 12 Stories and 80 units. The living areas range in size from 810 to 1,404 square feet.

                                                                                                                                            What schools are assigned to The Brockman Lofts?

                                                                                                                                            The schools assigned to The Brockman Lofts include Ninth Street SchoolJohn H. Liechty Middle School, and Miguel Contreras Learning Complex School.

                                                                                                                                            What do we like about The Brockman Lofts?

                                                                                                                                            Built in 1912 and thoughtfully modernized in 2008, The Brockman stands as a 12-story architectural gem, seamlessly blending Classical and Romanesque Revival styles. Located in the Jewelry District of Downtown Los Angeles, this historic building was rightfully listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2009. A testament to the city's evolution, The Brockman Building was constructed in 1912 for John Brockman and designed by the renowned architect George D. Barnett of Barnett, Haynes & Barnett. It marked a pivotal moment in the city's architectural history, being the first building west of the Broadway Commercial District to reach the city's then 150-foot height limit. This move initiated a westward expansion of the downtown commercial district and transformed Seventh Street into the city's high-end retail hub. The presence of the Brockman Building inspired the development of several department stores and office buildings along Seventh Street, including the original J.W. Robinson Co.

                                                                                                                                            Situated at the intersection of 7th and Grand, The Brockman occupies a prime location in the heart of downtown Los Angeles' flourishing arts and cultural renaissance. The building's architectural grandeur and carefully preserved details are a testament to its historical significance, and it has been masterfully reimagined as a residence that marries the charm of the past with the comforts of the present.

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