Long before Telsa, Uber and the Metro, Angelenos relied on the railway system for quick trips throughout the city. Built in 1908, Huron Substation’s original purpose was to power the iconic yellow streetcars. Now, the second oldest trolley station fuels creatives.
Huron Substation has been the backdrop for special events, television shows, photoshoots with GQ and Vogue, music videos for artists such as Josh Groban and the Jonas Brothers, and numerous films including “Must Love Dogs, “Catwoman” and “Fast & Furious”. This loft-like landmark features arched windows, the original brickwork, polished concrete floors,
and sweeping 45-foot ceilings with exposed beams. An open staircase leads up to 1,500-square-foot mezzanine which offers private sitting areas, two bedrooms, a bath, and an office. The original 12-foot archways open to a gorgeous outdoor patio.
Open and flooded with natural light, this preserved piece of history is nothing short of spectacular.