El Dorado Lofts
416 S Spring St Los Angeles, CA 90014
El Dorado Lofts, built in 1914, described in 1914 by the Los Angeles Times as a magnificent hostelry with a strikingly beautiful façade and metropolitan conveniences, El Dorado Lofts was built by and originally named for local capitalist and financier, N. W. Stowell.
THE EL DORADO stands tall in the heart of the Old Bank District offering a unique mix of Timeless Beauty and Classical Architecture with Modern Living.
The El Dorado is a Registered Historical Landmark, separate resident entrance, SECURITY and Concierge services, and is steps to Spring Street Park, hip bars and cafes. Building is Mills Act Approved.
Residents can walk to work in the Financial District or Civic Center as well as, after work, to Little Tokyo, the Disney Concert Hall, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Mark Taper Forum or the Museum of Contemporary Art. South Park, Staples Center, LA Live and the Nokia Theater are all just a short taxi or subway ride away.
|• Mills Act Approved|
|• 12 Stories / 5 Penthouses|
|• Inducted into National Registrar of Historic Places|
|• Dressed in Turn-of-the-century Terracotta and Concrete|
|• Window Seats or Deep Ledges (Selected Plans and Locations)|
|• Italian-designed bathroom cabinets with granit countertops|
|• Balconies with French Doors and Original Arched Windows|
|• Pre-wired for Cable and Internet|
|• Washer and Dryer Hookups|
|• Authentic 1898 Solid Wood Doors with Replicated Hardware|
|• Low E/Dual Glazed Windows|
|• Fully Finished and Sound Attenuated Ceilings|
|• French Doors or Sliding Glass Doors to Balconies (Selected Residences)|
|• Concrete or Fire Escape-Style Balconies or Landings|
|• Engineered Wood Flooring with Cork Underlay for Sound Attenuation|
|• Double-Compartment, Stainless Steel Franke® Sinks|