Biscuit Company Lofts For Lease In Downtown Los Angeles
1850 Industrial St. Los Angeles 90021
The Arts District
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Biscuit Company Lofts Background/History
The historical landmark was originally built in 1925 by E.J Eckel as the flagship warehouse for Nabisco. In 2006 the building was re-imagined by developer Linear City along side downtown LA architect Donald Barany.
Bicsuit Company Lofts Loft Features
Biscuit Company lofts boast ceiling heights of up to 30' (some units), original turn of the century hardwood floors, factory windows, concrete columns, exposed brick accent walls. Bathrooms and kitchens are contemporary. The units include updated central AC/heat and washer/dryer hook ups. Units square footage vary from smaller studio style at 650sf to multiple leveled beauty's covering over 2100sf. Penthouse's have stunning downtown views and private outdoor space. Lofts at Biscuit Company lease between $2000 and $7500 per month and typically includes parking.
Bicsuit Company Lofts Building Features
This lobby is impressive featuring turn of the century hard woods, copper doors and vintage lamps. The building features are ground level english salt pool and BBQ sun deck, surounded by landscaped gardens and vines creating a secluded experience. The Fitness center is shared with sister building Toy Factory just across the street.
Biscuit Company Lofts (The Neighborhood)
The area of Biscuit, which sits in the far southern end of The Arts Distict is arguably one of the favorite aspects of those who live here. A strong sense of community for residents here. Walk to restaurants Bestia & Bavel and enjoy Church & State, the renowned french bistro which anchors Biscuit's grond level. Everyones favorite bar Little Bear is across the street next to a 24 hr convenient liquor market called "Joes". Downtown version of Trader Joes, The Urban Radish is just across the street. And perhaps the biggest attraction to come to downtown in many years: The Row is just 3 blocks west, a must see urban shopping experience that has taken over the old American Apparal warehouse.