12th Floor Loft in the Historic Core

460 South Spring Street #1205
Downtown LA Loft
2 Bedrooms – 2 Baths – $944,000


Rowan Building

460 S Spring St., Los Angeles, CA 90013

Bedroom area of Loft in DTLAJust listed and brand new to the market, this 12th floor loft in the Rowan Building is one of the best units you will find in the Old Bank District. If you haven’t seen it you may be too late, the seller accepted an offer immediately following the first weekend of open houses. Wow! 
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Unit 1205 has 1,260 square feet of living space and it is the largest unit on the 12th floor. All of the units in the Rowan building I have seen feature exposed brick and oversized windows.

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This unit has built-ins that separate the living areas from the bedroom areas.

Downtown Los Angeles Rowan Building Unit
This entertainment nook is a clever space for the television.

DTLA Loft with Updated Kitchen
The kitchen area is appointed with stainless-steel appliances and a cool subway-tiled backsplash.

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A dining table sits adjacent to the kitchen area, you might put a kitchen island or bar here instead.

Screenshot 2016-04-20 21.36.57The kitchen’s fixtures and countertops have been upgraded.

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The north side of the unit features the second bedroom area and makes a great home office with amazing views to the west of the downtown Los Angeles skyline.

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The master suite area of the loft is open to the rest of the unit while separated by a custom-built divider.

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The master bath has been tastefully-updated and is filled with natural light from another of the unit’s large windows.

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Listing courtesy of Ryan McMahon – Premiere Realty Associates

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460 South Spring Street #1205
Los Angeles, CA 90013
2BD, 2BA, 1,260 Sq. Ft.
$944,000

Unit 1205 is listed in the Looking for Backup status, meaning the seller has accepted an offer and the property is in escrow. More often than not, an accepted offer results in a successful transaction for the buyer and seller and the property will be sold. However, this is not always the case, many accepted offers end up as cancellations and the property goes back on the market. This can happen for a number of reasons related or unrelated to the actual property being sold.

If you are interested in seeing this property send me an email or call me at 310-709-4128. We will have a look and, if it’s the one for you, we can submit a backup offer. In the event the current buyer in escrow cancels we can make sure your offer is accepted immediately, before it goes back on the market.

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