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Biscuit Company Lofts

Building Details:

  • Built in 1925
  • Renovated in 2007
  • 8 Floors
  • 104 Units

Biscuit Company Lofts Originally built for the National Biscuit Company (later known as Nabisco), this seven-story Beaux-Arts building was reported to have cost $2 million to construct, a sizable amount in 1925. The bakery thrived until after World War II, when Nabisco opened new plants elsewhere. The building then became a garment factory. In 2006, it was purchased by Linear City for conversion to 104 live/work condominiums. The Biscuit Company Lofts conversion, by Aleks Istanbullu Architects, won a 2009 Los Angeles Conservancy Preservation Award. Existing wood and terrazzo floors have been preserved throughout, as well as all the exterior brick and terra-cotta details and nearly all the existing windows. The former loading dock has been transformed into the successful restaurant Church and State. (text courtesy of the LA Conservancy)

Building Amenities:

  • Mills Act Approved
  • Outdoor Grilling Area
  • In-Unit Washers and Dryers
  • Pool (saline water)
  • Reception Desk
  • Assigned Parking
  • Fitness Center
  • 24/7 Security

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