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If you want to live in central L.A. but don’t want the impersonal vibe of city centre living, then Luma is the home of choice for you. The Luma building is a special kind of urban living designed by The South Group who specialize in functional and comfortable city residences. In Luma the apartments are divided into one and two bedroom live/work softloft and penthouse units. Luma’s interior and exterior blend seamlessly. While the exterior is sleek lines and glass façades, the interior is flooded with light creating bright and open living spaces. Views stretch from the Hollywood Hills down to the Pacific Ocean and LA Live, FIDM, Staples Centre are some of the local amenities along with a selection of fine restaurants. There’s a sundeck on the fourth floor, which is decked out with pool, spa, grills, Wifi and fireplace. There’s a limited number of parking units are available and 24-hour security. Because of its ‘greenness,’ Luma was awarded with a Silver certification from LEED council. Luma offers its residences an entirely new way to live.


Elleven is one of four new building in the central South Park area and together the four buildings comprise a new, inspired way of city living, a project that’s been simply christened South. Because the design of these buildings puts the emphasis on urban harmony, these lofts and apartments offer a sophisticated way of city living. Elleven is a 13 storey tower featuring studios, one and two bedroom and penthouse layouts, and four two-story live+work spaces. The designers have aimed to create residences that look like lofts but have the feel of a cosy home. Each residence is finished to exceptional standards and is not only flooded with light but has panoramic views of the LA skyline. If you live here, expect to be dazzled by the sunset every night.


The concept that sums up this building is modern sophistication. Towering above South Park, Evo is a 24-storey complex with 311 luxury loft-style residences including two- story townhouses. The idea behind Evo is to marry harmonious design and practicality with aesthetic functionality. A symbolic monument to modern LA architecture, Evo’s sculpted glass exterior blends perfectly with its elegant interior. Some of its special features include a 6th floor sundeck complete with pool, spa, grills and state of the art fitness centre and on the 24th floor, a bar called Two Forty, which offers residents a unique view of the LA skyline that stretch from the Hollywood Hills down to the Pacific Ocean.

Flower Street Lofts

By adapting the downtown UPS building that was originally built in 1936, the Flower Street Lofts are considered the pioneer project of modern LA loft architecture. If you’re the kind of resident that likes your modern loft to have a natural character and a touch of history, then the Flower Street Lofts will appeal. The designers of these lofts kept the original character of the building by installing glass walls, mezzanine floors, exposed pipe work and steal catwalks. While this building has only four levels, when you’re inside one of these lofts, you’ll feel like you’re in the tallest structure in the world. That’s due to the soaring ceilings and glass façades that flood the interior in light. There are 91 units in total; covered, secure parking, and 24 hour security.

Grand Lofts

Redesigned in 2005, the Grand Lofts represent the ideal in downtown LA loft living. The grand lofts were originally built in the 1920s and was previously home to a car dealership, the Western Auto Supply Company. As part of the redesign, a further three stories were added to offer 66 units of open plan two-bedroom lofts. With vast ceilings up to 25 feet, stone countertops, and concrete or wood flooring, these lofts are designed to create harmonious live / work spaces that are both practical and comfortable. Each also has sleek European style kitchens and well appointed bathrooms. There’s gated security and each loft is allocated two parking spaces.

Market Lofts

The Market Lofts are one of the most desirable places to live in downtown LA. As part of a unique architectural project that situates residential living in the heart of a commercial centre. In short, all the best shops are just moments away. Macy’s Plaza and Grand Hope Park, the Staples Center, and the Red and Blue Line Metro Station all lie within walking distance. Also the lofts are built above the all-inclusive Ralphs supermarket, the first supermarket in downtown LA since the 1950s. Just six stories, there are 267 units in total made up of one and two bedroom lofts. Other features of the building include in- unit washer and dryers, fitness centre, landscaped deck, private balconies and 20-seater private theatre.

Sky Lofts

The idea behind the Sky Lofts is to recreate the kind of urban living that is synonymous with New York and Chicago where multi-function buildings are the norm. The Sky Lofts is one of the first in downtown LA to mimic this feature. Its ground level is all retail units. Floors one to ten are business and floors 11 to 22 are residential. There are 132 units in total, which are one and two bedroom spacious lofts with 10-ft ceilings, operable windows, hardwood floors and gourmet kitchens. There’s also a fitness centre and screening theatre. With panoramic views of the city, residents of the Sky Lofts enjoy the best sunsets in the city!

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