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541 S Spring Street , #314

Los Angeles (City), CA 90013
  • $2,800/mo.
  • STATUS: Active
  • ON SITE: 42 Days
  • ID#: 21796202
Rental
UPDATED: 67 min ago
$2,800/mo.
Rental
  • 2
    BEDS
  • 1.12
    ACRES
  • 2
    BATHS
  • 0
    1/2 BATHS
  • 1,550
    SQFT
Neighborhood:
Type:
Rentals
Built:
1923
County:

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Listing provided courtesy of Tiffany Gatto of Smart La Realty

Description

Spring Arcades three-level, sky-lit arcade has been called a space as regal as almost any other interior space in the city. All of the renovated units are fully wired for cable and internet and come with white oak hardwood floors, granite and marble kitchens with stainless steel appliances, central heat and air, and community laundry rooms on every floor.The Spring Arcade, built in 1924, is a unique two-tower building, which spans the length of Spring Street to Broadway, in the heart of the Historic Core of Downtown Los Angeles. Once the location of Mercantile Place, a small alley lined with independent retail shops that opened in 1904, the Arcade was designed by architects Kenneth McDonald and Maurice Couchot with the intent of maintaining the Mercantile alleys storefronts and ambiance. These two, back to back towers, are connected by a three level arcade covered by a glass-roofed skylight dome, fashioned after the grand 19th century shopping arcades of Paris and London. In particular, the glass-roof skylight was designed to imitate the Burlington Arcade in London.The building is also notable in Downtown for having the landmark KRKD radio towers on the rooftop. The radio tower was originally owned by the radio station, KMIC, but was renamed KRKD when it moved to the Spring Arcade Building in 1932. The station was purchased in 1960 by the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel, founded by Aimee Semple McPherson, and broadcast weekly sermons, along with stations playing show tunes and popular music over the years.The new dining scene is part of an effort to once again make the Spring Arcade a community hub and a living landmark of Los Angeles history.*pictures may not be of exact unit. Availability subject to change

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Based on information from California Regional Multiple Listing Service, Inc. as of 2021-11-30T00:26:35.297. This information is for your personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties you may be interested in purchasing. Display of MLS data is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed accurate by the MLS or CENTURY 21 Jordan-Link & Co.. Licensed in the State of California, USA.
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541 S Spring Street , #314 Los Angeles (City), CA 90013

  • Price: $2,800/mo.
  • Status: Active
  • On Site: 42 Days
  • Updated: 67 min ago
  • ID#: 21796202
2
Beds
2
Baths
0
½ Baths
1.12
Acres
1,550
SQFT
1923
Built
Neighborhood:
C42 - Downtown L.A.
County:
Los Angeles
Area:
C42 - Downtown L.A.
Property Description
Spring Arcades three-level, sky-lit arcade has been called a space as regal as almost any other interior space in the city. All of the renovated units are fully wired for cable and internet and come with white oak hardwood floors, granite and marble kitchens with stainless steel appliances, central heat and air, and community laundry rooms on every floor.The Spring Arcade, built in 1924, is a unique two-tower building, which spans the length of Spring Street to Broadway, in the heart of the Historic Core of Downtown Los Angeles. Once the location of Mercantile Place, a small alley lined with independent retail shops that opened in 1904, the Arcade was designed by architects Kenneth McDonald and Maurice Couchot with the intent of maintaining the Mercantile alleys storefronts and ambiance. These two, back to back towers, are connected by a three level arcade covered by a glass-roofed skylight dome, fashioned after the grand 19th century shopping arcades of Paris and London. In particular, the glass-roof skylight was designed to imitate the Burlington Arcade in London.The building is also notable in Downtown for having the landmark KRKD radio towers on the rooftop. The radio tower was originally owned by the radio station, KMIC, but was renamed KRKD when it moved to the Spring Arcade Building in 1932. The station was purchased in 1960 by the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel, founded by Aimee Semple McPherson, and broadcast weekly sermons, along with stations playing show tunes and popular music over the years.The new dining scene is part of an effort to once again make the Spring Arcade a community hub and a living landmark of Los Angeles history.*pictures may not be of exact unit. Availability subject to change
Exterior Features

Architectural Style Other Parking Features None Parking Total 0 Pool Features None Pool Private YN No View City Lights View YN Yes

Interior Features

Appliances DishwasherDisposalMicrowaveRefrigerator Cooling Central Air Cooling YN Yes Fireplace Features None Fireplace YN No Flooring Wood Furnished Unfurnished Heating Central Heating YN Yes

Property Features

Association Fee 0 Lease Term 12 Months Listing Agreement Seller Reserved Listing Service Full Service New Construction YN No Pets Allowed Yes Property Sub Type Condominium Senior Community YN No Zoning Lac5



Based on information from California Regional Multiple Listing Service, Inc. as of 2021-11-30T00:26:35.297. This information is for your personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties you may be interested in purchasing. Display of MLS data is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed accurate by the MLS or CENTURY 21 Jordan-Link & Co.. Licensed in the State of California, USA.
 
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Listing provided courtesy of Tiffany Gatto of Smart La Realty