Built in 1928 this newly renovated apartment building is a perfect example of Mission/Spanish Revival Architecture. As the photos indicate you enter through a wrought iron gate, pass through a beautiful atrium and enter into a tremendous lobby with an open mezzanine that makes for great POV’s as well as camera placements. Off of the lobby is an enormous combination library, kitchen & television lounge that can easily be dressed to cheat an apartment. The laundry room & exercise area are film friendly spaces as well. Also available for filming is a beautiful, spacious two – bedroom apartment; it has two entrances, hardwood floors and great windows with shutters. If you are looking for spectacular views of downtown this roof will provide every angle that you need. There is a children’s playground available at this location. This building, rich in Los Angeles history, was added to the National Register of Historic Places on January 17th, 1976.
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