Finally, check out this 1,000-square-foot two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment that’s located at 2625 W. Orion Ave. It’s listed for $1,800/month.
When it comes to building amenities, expect garage parking. You can also expect to find stainless steel appliances in the unit. Neither cats nor dogs are welcome. The rental doesn’t require a leasing fee.
According to Walk Score, the area around this address is very walkable, is relatively bikeable and has a few nearby public transportation options.
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This story was created automatically using local real estate data from Zumper and Apartment Guide, then reviewed by an editor.
Located near the border of L.A. and Vernon, the complex with the tapestry of brick facades was originally the C.B. Van Vorst Furniture Manufacturing Co. designed by John Montgomery Cooper in 1916. Cooper has four other projects with historical designations in L.A., including the Roxie Theatre downtown. The nomination is based on its identification as the earliest important building by Cooper as well as its role as the city’s first publicly subsidized art community.
Although the nomination prevents demolition or major changes to the buildings, “they could still do adaptive reuse,” Fine said. “It doesn’t prevent, just allows for a design review process. It’s not frozen in time, but it means there’s a process to maintain its character.”
On a May 13 Instagram post, the L.A.-based Dutton Architects posted pictures of a warehouse that is on the site but isn’t officially one of the colony’s four buildings. The caption said: “Warehouse we are converting to 18 units of artist work-live studios.” When reached by email, John Dutton confirmed “that we are looking at the feasibility of an adaptive reuse of the existing warehouse on the site.”
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