It’s not everyday that a vacant space opens up next to a space that is a Downtown LA icon. Well in this case, today is the day. Right next to King Eddy Saloon, a 1000sf retail space has become available and is in the process of renovation. This space use to be a discount store of various nick nacks similar to the ones that are known to exist in the Toy District, which this space borders, close to the edge of the Historic Core. The previous store had a mezzanine which has been taken down to reveal soaring ceilings… I’d estimate they are 14 feet high!
Not only that but this space still has the original mosaic tile flooring from what appears to be when the building was originally constructed. The mosaic tile flooring is just one feature that makes this space feel like you’ve walked into back in time. The second feature that creates this feeling is this strange stair case that opens up to a… well I suppose it’s like the world’s tiniest stage…. or shelf I should say. The railing for it is what makes it look so old. You can tell that it is an antique stair case.
So enough of that! How much is the monthly rent rate?! Only $1800 monthly! It’s a rare opportunity to come up on a space like this, with ceilings this high, flooring this cool, and next to a Downtown Los Angeles icon. This is why, as a broker, I love working in commercial real estate in Downtown LA. There’s so many unique opportunities that reveal a glimpse into history. For more retail and ground floor space for rent/lease, visit our brokerage firm’s web-site, on the links above. And of course you can get landlord representation or tenant representation with our company by calling (213) 304-4727 now! Lic#01753250