Welcome to 810! Found in the historic El Dorado Lofts in the heart of downtown Los Angeles Unit 810 is hidden away from the hustle of the city. Located on the east side of the building, this beauty offers open-concept loft-style living and is situated in perfect placement for bright light and privacy. The building was built in 1914 as the Hotel Stowell and then later renamed the El Dorado Hotel in 1938. As you wander you'll notice pieces of history including authentic 1898 solid wood doors with replicated hardware for each unit. From the elevator, you'll pass through an open breezeway that overlooks Spring Street Park and the Rowan Lofts. As you enter the unit you'll notice the endless possibilities to maximize the space. Unique to loft living, 810's bedroom is found on the east wall with it's own window. Concrete accents and exposed beams add charm and history to the space. The kitchen includes granite countertops, honey-hued Snaidero Italian cabinets, and Bosch stainless steel appliances. Enjoy your morning coffee and evening beverage on the very New York style balcony. Additional perks include lots of storage space, prewired for surround sound, in-unit LG washer/dryer combo, deep soaking tub, and quiet dual system mini-split AC units. The icing on the cake, this building is part of the Mills Act which means BIG savings on your property taxes. Convenient access to Grand Central market, the Last Bookstore, Little Tokyo, the Metro station, and many more incredible places!