Santee Village -
The Connell Building is one of three buildings that makeup Santee Village.
Built for business tycoon Michael J. Connell in 1917, and designed by architect Frank Stiff, it was part of LA's first garment and textile manufacturing construction boom that lasted through the 1930's.
All buildings in Santee village consist of heavy concrete-frame construction and ornamental exteriors characteristic of early 20th century industrial era.
The Connell's facade features triplicate sets of steel-framed windows and a connecting bridge to The Santee Building.
The Connell was granted Historic landmark status in 2001 and is Mills Act approved.
Open space and livability of each unit has been the focus of the developers. Each residence has been raised to modern standards through careful selection of minimalist designs of fixtures and appliances.
- Constructed: Frank Stiff - 1917
- Modernized: MJW Investments - 2007
- Pet Friendly: Yes
- Mills Act: Yes
- Live Work: Yes
Heavy Concrete Steel Frame Construction
Features Triplicate Set of Steel-Frame Windows
Connecting Bridge to Santee Street Building
Rooftop Swimming Pool and Spas
Dramatic LA Views
Landscaped Courtyard and Fountain Area
Market and Food Court
On Site Pharmacy
24-hour Courtesy Patrol
Controlled Access Parking
Mills Act Approved
10-14 Foot High Ceilings
Polished Concrete Floors
Architectural Concrete Columns in all Units
Oversized Historic Industrial Windows
Mountain, City and Skyline Views (per plan)
Itialian-style Kitchen and Bath Cabinetry
Granite Kitchen Countertops
Stainless Steel Bosch Appliances
Deep Stainless Steel Sinks
6 Foot Bathtubs
Private Balconies (select units)
Energy Efficient Heating/Air Conditioning
DSL, DirectTV and Comcast Ready
Washer/ Dryer Hook-ups
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