The Tomahawk Building

814 S. Spring St.
Los Angeles, CA  90014

Located in the Fashion District, the Tomahawk building is a historic-cultural monument.  It is an exclusive 8-story building, 6-unit building and each unit has its own floor and private elevator access.  Constructed by George F. Barber in 1914, it was modernized by the Flatiron Development Group and David Lawrence Gray Architects in 2004.

The Tomahawk building is in Flatiron Park, which is the intersection of Spring, Main and 9th streets. Originally, the Tomahawk housed financial institutions and later became a manufacturing building. On the face of the building, an ax like sculpture was installed by Gary Lloyd in the late 1970s.

Building Features

• 8 stories with 6 units

• Private Elevator Opens Directly to Units

Unit Features

• Renowned German Designed Bulthaup ®  Kitchens

• Private Elevator Lobby with Keyed, Individual Access to Each Floor

• Custom Built-in Hardwood Cabinetry and Bookcases

• Large Windows on Either Side of the Unit with City Views to the East and West

• Bathroom with Tiled Tub and Shower

• Built-in Washer/Dryer Unit

• High-Speed Internet Access and Digital Cable

• 11’ High Exposed Concrete Slab & Beam Ceilings

• Miele ® Oven, Cook top, and Dishwasher