1850 Industrial St
Los Angeles CA 90021
Pet Friendly: Yes
Mills Act: Yes
Live Work: Yes
Constructed: EJ Eckel - 1925
Modernized: Linear City - Donald Barany Architects - 2006
A landmark building constructed in 1925 and restored and adapted in 2006.
Originally constructed as the west coast headquarters of the National Biscuit Company. This distinctive landmark building was designed by EJ Eckel, founder of the distinguished firm of Eckel & Aldrich. This 7 story skyscraper blends meticulous period craftsmanship and architectural integrity with an array of modern conveniences and brilliant contemporary design.
The Biscuit Company Lofts is one of many projects by Linear City spearheading the creation of a vital new, mixed use neighborhood of creative, forward-thinking urbanites. The project compliments the Toy Factory Lofts located directly across Industrial street. Located near the southern edge of the Arts District, The Biscuit Company lofts establishes an escape from urban sameness, and a portal into the heart of Los Angeles
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