330 W 11th St
Los Angeles CA 90015
Pet Friendly: Yes
Mills Act: No
Live Work: Yes
Constructed: J.M. Cooper - 1923
Modernized: Lee Homes - CIM Group - 2005
The story of this unique Los Angeles building dates back to the early 1920's. Originally built for the late George Pepperdine, founder of the esteemed Pepperdine university in Malibu CA, as the headquarters of his Western Auto Supply Company. The building design was conceived by J.M. Cooper, also renowned for his other works including The Wilshire and Roxie Theatres.
Originally four stories, the structure was completely renovated in 2005 with an additional three levels added to the building. Reborn as the Grand Lofts, this venerable address now accommodates 66 upscale loft residences in the heart of vibrant South Park community. The open and light-filled flex lofts offer sleek European style kitchens and well appointed bathrooms. Design highlights include vast ceilings up to 25 feet, stone counter tops, and concrete or wood flooring. All units come pre-wired for instant cable, telephony, and high speed internet connectivity.
The Grand Lofts has emerged as a prized place to live with its ideal location in the heart of downtown's trendy and growing South Park area.