1850 Industrial St. Los Angeles, CA 90021
Built 1925 | Renovated 2006 | 104 Units | 7 Stories | Live/Work: Yes | Pet: Yes | Mills Act: Yes
Conceived as the west coast headquarters of the National Biscuit Company, this landmark structure was designed by E.J. Eckle, the dean of american architects and founder of the distinguished firm of Eckle & Aldrich. Constructed at the, then astounding two million dollars, this celebrated 7 story, sky scraper, factory became an architectural sensation. This loft, as with the rest of the building enjoys a blend of period craftsmanship and architectural integrity, with a host of modern conveniences and contemporary design. Biscuit Company lofts have set the standard for lofts in Los Angeles.