The building is a converted Art Deco warehouse, built in 1925
This Lincoln Heights loft is located inside a, “1925 art deco former paint warehouse designed by architects of the Mayan & Wiltern Theaters,” and later remodeled by the firm Brooks + Scarpa.
The ground-level unit has two entrances, one off the street, and another within the building. Visitors entering this 1,440-square-foot loft through the central atrium inside the former warehouse will find themselves on the middle level of the residence, occupied by the kitchen, dining area, and in-unit laundry machines.
From there’s it’s a few steps down to the high-ceilinged living area, which faces out toward the street with a whole wall of windows, allowing lots of natural light inside the space.
Upstairs is the bedroom, a lot of closet space, and a full bathroom. (The whole unit has one and a half bathrooms.)
The loft includes two side-by-side parking spaces and access to the building’s amenities, which include a gym and barbecue area.
Listing price is $499,000.