1855 Industrial St
Los Angeles CA 90021
Pet Friendly: Yes
Mills Act: No
Live Work: Yes
Modernized: Linear City - Donald Barany Architects - 2006
The Toy Factory Building was originally completed in 1924 for the Star Truck Warehousing Company by The Western Land Improvement Company.
The former warehouse and toy factory was acquired by Linear City and converted to live-work lofts in 2006.
Inside each residence are well appointed kitchens and bathrooms with ceilings from 11' to 20' feet. Each authentic loft features polished concrete floors and thick poured-in-place concrete columns. The rooftop sundeck and pool offer unparalleled downtown, river, and mountain views. Fine restaurants and boutique shops are located on the retail level.
The Toy Factory Lofts is one of many projects by Linear City spearheading the creation of a vital new, mixed use neighborhood of creative, forward-thinking urbanites. The project compliments the Biscuit Company Lofts located directly accross Industrial street. Located near the southern edge of the Arts District, The Toy Factory lofts establishes an escape from urban sameness, and a portal into the heart of Los Angeles