Lofts in Los Angeles were originally built to meet the needs of railroad companies. They later became affordable housing for artists and now exist as swanky live/work spaces for young professionals and businesses in the neighborhood.
The once abandoned warehouses and offices of the 1920s are put to good use. Converted to residential live/work spaces, many of the Downtown LA lofts retain original details that include soaring ceilings, in-laid tile, exposed brick, and concrete floors.
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