Located in the heart of historic core on the corner of spring and Third streets sits this classic flagship office building. Constructed in 1898 and conceived from the legacy of Thomas Douglas Stimpson, a lumber baron turned real estate mogul, the building is a testament to the craftsmanship of the era. This notable structure is a relic of LA's 19th century architectural treasures.
In 2005 the Douglas building was restored and reborn into 50 unique New York loft style units. The spaces are dressed with State of the Art Poggen Pohl kitchens and Waterworks bathrooms. Most notable architectural characteristics include exposed interior brick walls and large original, restored double hung windows. Additionally, the corner units boast curved windows. Distinguished and refined the Douglas building stands out in modern times as it did in the late 1890's.
- Constructed: James and Meritt Reid - 1898
- Modernized: Downtown Properties - 2005
- Pet Friendly: Yes
- Mills Act: Yes
- Live Work: No
Gently Curved Corner Facade Layered with Warm Hued Roman Brick
Decorative Terra Cotta Grille Above Ground Floor Facade
Secure Underground and Street-level Parking
Gated Mini-park for Pets
24 Hour Security
Striking City Views
Poggen Pohl State of the Art kitchens
Exposed Interior Brick Walls
Original, Restored Double Hung Windows
Hardwood and Historic Tile Flooring
Curved Windows at Corner Units
7 Two-level Pentouhouse Units
High Speed Internet Ready
Washer and Dryer Hookups
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