Lacy Studio Lofts, located in the Lincoln Heights/Chinatown neighborhood, east of the intersection of Figueroa Street and 26th Avenue, and one block north of the Gold Line 26th Avenue Station, is a contemporary interpretation of the "New Urbanism" loft conversion style seen across the country in what were once, largely, neglected and abandoned downtowns through the 1990s.
Residents and tenants take full advantage of the immediate, in-fill location including freeway access from the Pasadena (110) and Golden State (5) Freeways less than a quarter mile away and the Gold Line Metro station is literally around the corner connecting them to all of metro Los Angeles.
The Property’s 46 live/work studio units spread across a uniquely-urban-landscaped campus, 30+ foot ceilings with mezzanines and skylights, polished concrete floors, and painted drywall with exposed brick walls. All have units have operable windows and many have small outdoor areas. The property also features three creative office spaces in a converted warehouse with bow-truss ceiling and exposed brick walls – all highly desirable features for creative workers such as advertising agencies, entertainment companies, production companies, media companies and similar firms.
These extraordinary spaces with tall ceilings, city views and skillful architectural detailing, are tailored to the needs of creative individuals involved in visual and performing arts and all aspects of the entertainment industry.