The Rosslyn LoftsEdit profile
Situated in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles, The Rosslyn Lofts were built by the Hart Brothers in 1913. The “Rosslyn Million Dollar Fireproof Hotel”, as it was originally known, was designed by John Parkinson, who also designed Union Station, City Hall and the LA Coliseum.
Served by several major freeway routes, Downtown Los Angeles is rapidly becoming a cultural hub. The multiple districts not only offer an exclusive glimpse into the history that helped shape the central city’s character, they also offer unique shopping and entertainment opportunities. Chinatown offers a fascinating bustle of family-owned shops, dim sum houses and ethnic eateries,the Fashion District is a Mecca for retail bargain hunters, and the Jewelry District boasts home to the second largest assemblage of jewelers in the world. With the financial district just a short walk away, a resident of The Rosslyn Lofts is able to live, work and socialize all in close proximity to home.
In the past few years, dozens of new art galleries have been emerging in downtown Los Angeles. The Rosslyn Lofts are located in close proximity to the Art District and the Museum of Contemporary Art. With the monthly Art Walk passing right past The Rosslyn Lofts, they are conveniently placed for anyone with a passion for art.
The renovation of The Rosslyn Lofts is nearly complete, and with Micro-Lofts® available starting July 1, this historic property now offers a charming and affordable living environment in the heart of the evolving Downtown community.