Douglas Building Lofts

257 S. Spring St.
Los Angeles, CA  90012

The Douglas Lofts provides 50 unique New York style lofts with unique architectural features.  These lofts have high ceilings, exposed brick walls, restored double-hung windows, historic tile and hardwood flooring, state-of-the-art kitchens, and bathtubs. The corner units have curved windows, a rare and beautiful feature. Another unique feature that the Douglas Lofts has is that seven of the eleven penthouse units have spiral staircases leading to a study that is open to the living area below.  Floors two through four consist of one and two bedroom lofts ranging from 735 to 1,275 square feet, with the fifth floor penthouses from 735 to 1,450 square feet.

This building has a remarkable architectural design and structural system.  It is located in the heart of the historic core district on the corner of Spring and Third. This structure is a relic of LA’s 19th century architectural gems. It was constructed in 1898 by Thomas Douglas Stimpson, a lumber baron turned real estate mogul. Designed in 1898 by San Francisco architects, James and Merritt Reid, the Douglas Building was conceived by Stimson as a flagship office building.

When you call the Douglas Building Lofts your home, you will be living in one of the most impressive archictecural buildings in Downtown.

Building Features

• 5 Stories with 50 units

• Decorative Terra Cotta Grille Above Ground Floor Façade

• Gently Curved Corner Facade Layered with Warm Hued Roman Brick ®

• 24 Hour Security

• Gated Mini-Park for Pets

Unit Features

• Poggen Pohl State of the Art Kitchens

• Striking City Views

• Original, Restored Double Hung Windows

• Curved Windows at Corner Units

• Exposed Interior Brick Walls

• Hardwood and Historic Tile Flooring

• High Ceilings

• Washer and Dryer Hookups

• 7 Two-level Penthouse Units

• Central AC/Heat