Luma Lofts For Lease In Downtown Los Angeles
1100 So. Hope Street, Los Angeles 90015
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It was 2004 when Portland, Oregon developer's "Williams & Dame" and it's cross town rivals "Gerding Edlen" came to Downtown Los Angeles. They descended into the sparce area of South Hope St. and Grand Ave. crossed by 11th & 12th Streets. An area that was dilapidated, vacant and unused. They had a vision to come together and create a complex, three buildings that would ignite a community. That community would be called South Park. The two powerhouse Oregon real estate companies would call themselves The South Group for this project. The 1st of the three buildings would be named "Elleven", the second would be called "Luma" and the third would be known as "Evo". These three buildings would take The South Group almost five years to complete. Not re-adapted, not-rebuilt, not re-designed, not re-anything!
This was all before L.A. Live, Ralphs, Whole Foods and CVS. A time before The Bloc, The Ritz Carlton and J.W.Marriot Hotel's, no Ten50 or Aven, Circa and certainly no Palms, Prank or Broken Spanish. A time when South Park was just finding iteself, a reach in essesence, but a reach that paid off. Fast forward 15 years, South Park is the epicenter of luxury living, 5-star restauraneurs and billion dollar mixed use, condo, hotel complexes. The team from Oregon built it and it certainly looks like they came!
Lease's at Luma start around $2400 and go up. Sizes vary from 750sf to 2400sf, parking is usually included.
Luma (Loft Features)
- Bamboo & Maple flooring
- Exposed Concrete
- "Soft-Loft" design
- Floor to Ceiling glass
- Juliet Balcony's & Private Terrace's
- Ultra Bright
- Large dedicated Utility Room
- Under-mounted kitchen sinks
- Quartz, Caesarstone & Ice Stone Countertops
- Kitchen Islands
- Exposed Ductwork
- Stainless Steel Appliance Packages (Electrotrolux, Thermador, Viking & Bosch)
- Subterranean Parking with controlled access
- Top security & Concierge
- On-site Property Management
- Multiple Penhouse's
- Sizes vary from 750sf to 2250sf
Luma (Building Features)
Luma is the second of the three South Group "sister" buildings. The modern ediface proudly sits on the SE corner of Hope & 11th Streets. The 19 storied tower is sculpted in glass, metal and concrete. A contemporary looking tower in appearance. Sustainable and environmentally responsible in design and construction. The second "Leed Certified" (Green) residential building Downtown behind it's sister building "Elleven". 236 "soft-lofts" with fitness center, impressive lobby with top design and subterranean parking withe dedicated ingress & egress. Luma and sister building Elleven via a stunning 4th floor common access point, share a huge pool, spa, stone sun deck with BBQ, water-feature's and fire pit. Luma is a mixed use building with ground floor retail anchored by hot spot "walk up" bar Prank!
*See The RandelleGreen Group's "District Page" entitled "South Park" for all Luma/Elleven/Evo's neighborhood shopping, restaurants, bars & lounges.
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