Puerta del Sol, a 165 mixed-use condominium and commercial complex in Lincoln Heights, has one rare voluminous space that feels like it sits all on its own.
Built in 2006 in a highly sought-after commercial corridor of Northeast Los Angeles — near the creative artist scene of Downtown LA and several vibrant artist communities, including the famous Brewery Artist Lofts and the Lacy Lofts across the street — the spaces located at 360 W. Avenue 26 are designed around a large courtyard and are a mix of studios, live/work lofts, and two, three and four-bedroom flats.
Sited at the end of the complex, unit no. 118 is different. Filled with tons of natural light streaming in through large industrial windows, the home measures roughly 1,500 square feet with an additional 400 square feet of mezzanine space framed in wood, currently used as an office.
The voluminous space features soaring ceilings and a tasteful use of natural materials and industrial finishes. Listed for $865,000, the unit also comes with ten parking spaces.