215 W. 7th Street Unit 401,     

Los Angeles, CA 90014





Home Information and Amenities


1 Bedrooms

1 Bathrooms


752 Square Feet

An exciting opportunity to own in the vibrant Bartlett Building in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles. A stunning historic landmark that qualifies you for a significant property tax reduction through the Mills Act. This stylish loft offers one of the most desirable floor plans with a spacious entertaining area complete with concrete floors and oversized windows. The generous dining area is the perfect place to gather and collaborate a special meal with friends or co-workers. The functional kitchen with granite counters is open to the grand entertaining space and offers stainless steel appliances and a breakfast bar. A separate bedroom with ample storage and its own entry/exit door gives privacy and functionality. For your convenience, an in-unit stackable washer and dryer is located in the full bath. When you desire outdoor space a roof top deck awaits, the perfect place to lounge as you watch the sunset after a long day. Stunning panoramic views will recharge you and prepare you for a night on the town as you discover the numerous bars, entertainment venues, award winning restaurants and so much more. Enjoy urban living in this chic Beaux Arts style building with 24/7 Security/Concierge onsite. Not ready to ditch the car? Parking in the building (subject to availability) or in adjacent lots for a fee. Perfect for the professional, investor or anyone who values the pulse & creativity of DTLA.

Washer/Dryer in Unit

H.O.A. Dues $567.00 includes: Water, Maintenance, Security

24/7 Concierge/Security

Rooftop Deck





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Jill Suarez


DRE # 01022390



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