Pan American Lofts
253 S Broadway Los Angeles, CA 90012
Located on the corner of 3rd and Broadway across from the Million Dollar Theatre and the infamous Bradbury Building, it is Hailed as the 2nd oldest building in Downtown Los Angeles. Designed by Sumner Hunt and built in 1895, it is notable for it’s Spanish Colonial/Beaux Arts architecture that is evident in it’s intricate terra cotta detailing, arched entry way and windows.
The Pan American was originally called the Irvine Byrne Block Building and was home to the Mexican Consulate during World War II.
The halls and Hitchcock staircase have been immortalized in many of Alfred Hitchcock’s movies, Brad Pitt’s “Se7en”, “Fight Club”, “Blade Runner”, and numerous tv shows and commercials alike.
Undeniably, It’s rich history has earned it’s mark in the National Register of Historic Places.
|• Spanish Colonial/Beux Arts Architecture|
|• Controlled Access|
|• Common Courtyard|
|• Walking Distance to Los Angeles Financial District|
|• Subterranean Parking|
|• 5 Stories• Cozy Fire Pit|
|• 12 – 17 Foot Interior Ceilings|
|• Original Exposed Brick and Concrete Walls|
|• Porcher Bathroom Fixtures and Vanity|
|• Exotic Bamboo Flooring (select units)|
|• High-end Stainless Steel Appliances|
|• Hansgrohe Kitchen Faucet|
|• Juliette Balconies/Private Decks (select units)|