460 S Spring Street #308
Los Angeles, CA 90013
470 Sq. Ft.
$787 / Sq. Ft.
Zillow Price Estimate - $461,366
161 Days On Market
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Priced to sell. Get your offers in before it's too late! Text Luke for a showing. Click the link for the virtual tour to see the unit staged. Park in the garage on 415 S Main St for $10. Parking garage entrance is between KazuNori and Big Man Bakes. Owner is holding a parking spot in this garage for the eventual buyer. Cost to rent the space is $225/mo. Listing description: This stylish DTLA condominium is located in one of the coolest walkable neighborhoods in LA. So much character like high ceilings naturally lit via beautiful mahogany lined windows that are south facing, exposed brick, stainless appliances, and hardwood floors that help give the condo an expansive feel. Rental parking space being held for purchaser. Along with the amazing character, the unit comes standard with all the updated appliances including: dishwasher, oven, refrigerator, stacked washer & dryer. The Rowan is bar none the best bang for your buck in DTLA right now, providing amazing communal amenities such as Hot tub, BBQ, dog run, gallery lounge, paid dedicated parking, 24 hour front desk guard, all while retaining its original 1912 charm. Here are the details of The Rowan living experience: The Rowan building is private. A friendly guard is stationed at the front desk 24 hours a day, accepting packages, monitoring everyone coming in and out, and monitoring the communal park and gated alleyway via surveillance cameras. Dedicated parking spots are available to rent in the private lot behind the Rowan. It is manned 24 hours a day, allowing you to feel safe anytime of day while walking from your car to your condo. Should you decide to venture out, you’re in the Old Bank District, which is the epicenter of one of the most expansive urban revitalizations in LA history. What had been vacant, dilapidated store fronts before 1998, is now one of the coolest walkable neighborhoods in all of LA. This revitalization is not slowing, which means more shops, bars, restaurants, and more value appreciation for you to enjoy. Walkable restaurants include: Nickel Diner, Vegan Hooligans DTLA, Howlin’ Ray’s. Walkable bars include: The Varnish, Library Bar, Seven Grand, La Cita. Walkable venues include: Exchange LA, The Regent, The Theater at Ace Hotel. Walkable retail include: The Last Bookstore, Bolt Barbers, Buzz Wine and Beer Shop, Saturday Morning Farmer's Market at 5th and Spring, Grand Central Market, Spring Arcade Building.
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