This glammed up mid-century townhouse is located in “one of the hippest and hottest neighborhoods in Los Angeles.”
Offering the best combination of old-meets-new, this rare corner unit in the Alta Lofts building is up for grabs in Lincoln Heights.
This one-bedroom condo is located in West Hollywood’s Hollywood Riviera – a 38-unit complex that’s applauded for its architectural pedigree.
The space is a corner penthouse unit oriented to capture views of the surrounding hills from almost every room.
The Miramonte Terrace complex is one of LA’s last remaining buildings from the 1920’s where you’ll find extraordinary historical Italian Revival details – inside and out.
Here’s your chance to own a historic architectural unit in West Hollywood, rarely up for grabs.
With playful, slanted, rooflines, walls of glass, and a central courtyard with a swimming pool, this mid-century condo complex by modernist architect Edward Fickett offers resort-style living in the middle of West Hollywood.
The Chateau Chaumont, designed by Kenneth Macdonald Jr., the architect of Downtown’s Spring Street Arcade Building and Glendale’s Southern Pacific Station, is the best French Chateau-style condo complex to line the streets of Koreatown.
It’s rare a unit at the Ray Kappe-designed Fredonia Apartments comes on the market. When one does it’s your chance to own an architectural condo gem like nothing else in Los Angeles.