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Textile Building

Building Details:

  • Built in 1926
  • Renovated in 2005
  • 12 Floors
  • 64 Units

The Textile Building is the epitome of the Gothic Revival style. The building is approved for the Mill’s Act which translates to a significant property-tax rebate for all homeowners. The building has been recognized as a historic building at both the local and national levels. In April 2002, it was designated a Historic Cultural Monument (No. 712) by the Los Angeles Cultural Heritage Commission and in 2005 it was listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

The lofts are true live/work, and feature original factory windows, polished concrete floors, high ceilings, exposed pipes, and cement posts. Kitchens are modern, with high-tech stainless-steel cabinets enclosed by glass and steel fronts, and stainless steel appliances. These open and bright lofts feature 1 and 2 bathrooms, and range in size from 640 to 1550 square feet.

The Textile Building shares amenities and parking with Santee Village, however it’s often mistaken as not being part of the Santee Village community primarily because the building is detached by nearly half of one city-block, and it’s renovation occurred and lofts were sold independent of and prior to the 2006 renovation and subsequent combined sales event of both the Eckardt and Cornell Buildings.

Building Amenities:

  • Mills Act
  • Hot Tub
  • Fitness Center
  • 24/7 Security
  • In-Unit Washers and Dryers
  • Dog Run
  • Meeting Room
  • Deeded Parking (most units)
  • Pool
  • Basketball Court
  • Secured Entry

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