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At the beginning of the 20th century, Michael J. Connell established
 the first garment and textile manufacturing buildings launching the 
Fashion District of downtown Los Angeles. Between 1911 and 1912, 
architects Arthur Angel and Carl Leonard designed Connellís first 
structures, including the Connell Building, the Bailey Hat Building, 
and the Brownstein-Louis Building. By 1929, development in the 
district flourished, creating a significant and influential piece of the 
Cityís rich heritage. 

In 2001, these building were designated local historic monuments in 
recognition of their significance as a social and architectural 
representation of industrial Downtown Los Angeles. 

Each of these heavy, concrete-frame buildings reflects a 
distinctive architectural style through its decorative façade and 
oversized, industrial loft windows designed to maximize natural 
light, both typical design features of the time. 

Pricing/Size
507 - 1219 sq ft

Unit Features
      12 - 14 ft Ceilings, Over-Sized Industrial Windows Sleek Polished 
      Concrete Floors, Energy Efficient Heating/Air Conditioning, 
      DirecTV ready, DSL ready, Private Balconies*, Spacious Closets* 
Private Courtyards* Kitchen Polished Granite Countertops, Deep Stainless Steel Sinks, Stainless Steel/Black Appliances*, Cherry Wood Kitchen Cabinets Bathroom 6 ft Bathtubs*, Luxurious Polished Stone Bathtub/Shower Enclosure Building Amenities 24-Hour Courtesy Patrol, Secured Onsite Parking*, Landscaped Pedestrian Promenade, Relaxing Garden & Fountain, Outdoor Patios/Courtyards, Professional On-Site Management, Secure Laundry & Vending Centers, On-Line Rent Payments, On-Line Maintenance Forms, On-Line Classifieds/Bulletin Board, Neighborhood Serving Retail Landscaped Garden, Sparkling Swimming Pool, Soothing Hot Tub, Basketball Court, Barbecue Area, Putting Green, Mini Driving Range * Available in some units
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