Toy Factory Lofts For Lease In Downtown Los Angeles
1855 Idustrial St. Los Angeles 90021
The Arts District
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Toy Factoy Lofts Background/History
Originally constructed back in 1924 for the Star-truck warehouse company by Western Land Improvement Co, the land division of the Sante Fe Railroad. The building was purchased by Ace Novelty in 1974 for the use of their Toy Factory, the name that has stuck to this date In 2002 developer Linear City LLC purchased the building and in 2006 along with downtown architect Donald Barany (Biscuit Company) re-designed the property to feature.
Toy Factoy Lofts Loft Features
Toy Factory lofts typically rent between $2,200-$7500 per month. They are wide open floor-plans boasting extensive exposed concrete walls, columns and polished concrete floors. They sport 11'-20' high ceilings, original factory windows and stainless steel appliances. Steel sinks with Kohler designed bathrooms fixtures and deep soaking tubs. No demising walls at Toy Factory, Linear City concentrated on keeping this property very much in touch with the original warehouse feel.
Toy Factory Lots Building Features
The building itself is a grey concrete giant with the words Toy Factory written across it! 24hr dial up entry access and security, a full sevice building with 2 oversized elevatores for the big move in. Landscaped gardens on the 4th floor, with one of the most impressive roof-top pools downtown LA has to offer including second to none DTLA skyline views. The buildings shares a large gym at it's ground level with it's sister building Biscuit Company. Additionally it's ground level is ancored by several commercial companies, stores and Little Bear, the well established belgium bar below. It's front conceirge desk is uniquely an old railroad shipping container where you will find your mailroom.
Toy Factory Lofts (The Neighborhood)
Walk to it all: Urban Radish, Church & State, Bestia, Bavel, At Mateo, Blue Bottle and the latest addition to the southern Arts District "The Row" urban shopping and restaurants have taken over the old American Apparal building. What renters love the most about living in The Toy Factory is the community vibe, like it's own little suburb.
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