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The Brockman
530 W 7th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90014

|     GENERAL INFO / AMENITIES     |     FLOOR PLANS     |     PICTURE GALLERY     | 



 
A legendary L.A. building, reborn from the inside out, while preserving the
best of the past - from a Classical-inspired faced to the startlingly beautiful 
foyer.

One of the city's premier examples of the early 20th Century's Renaissance
Revival architecture, The Brockman was born in 1917, as the city was taking
its rightful place as the business and entertainment capital of the West Coast 
- and just in time to anchor downtown's Jazz Age-equivalent of Rodeo Drive 
in the boom days of the Roaring 20's.

One of the area's first reinforced concrete and steel buildings, the 12-story 
Brockman was also one of tallest building in Los Angeles - soaring within 
inches of the old 150' height limit in downtown. Now The Brockman stands 
tall once again, helping to lead the revitalized downtown into the 21st 
Century.

Building Amenities
>Concierge
>Grand Loggy
>Parking
>Roof-top pool
>Roof-top gym
>Building security Unit Features
>Central heating and a/c
>Spiral staircases (per plan)
>Roof-top decks (per plan)
>Oversized windows
>High ceilings
>Washer/dryer areas
>Security systems in each unit
>European kitchen/bath fixers
>Kitchen Aid stailess steel applicances
>Granite countertops
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