LA Property of the Week: Modern Silicon Beach Lofts Quickly Selling Off In Venice
Industrial-style Silicon Beach Lofts Offer Flexible Live/Work Units
Located just a few hundred yards from the water in Venice, the Silicon Beach Lofts are a new development offering many flexible live/work floor plans. The lofts range in size from 1,000 sq.ft. to 3,700 sq.ft. and were entirely rebuilt with modern touches from its original historic double bow-truss warehouse structure. Since the Silicon Beach Lofts hit the market there has been quite a bite of demand. Currently, there are only 2 lofts available for sale.
In true Silicon Beach style, there are many tech features that are included in the lofts. All units are pre-wired for TV’s, phones, and Cat-6 internet wiring. In addition, there is controlled property access and gated parking.
There are 1, 2, and 3-story floor plans, along with unique features in select units such as sculpted wood ceilings, skylights, in-unit private elevators, steel staircases, Mezzanines, polished concrete floors, and commercial roll-up doors. Some units also offer direct street access, wood flooring, balconies/patios, fireplaces, and in-unit washer and vent less dryer hook-up.
Other amenities in select kitchens include sub-zero refrigerators, Viking appliances, Carrera marble countertops, wolf oven, Asko dishwasher, Boffi kitchens, and garbage disposals. Also, some units come with designer ceramic tile walls and flooring, soaking tubs, and Kohler sinks and faucets in the bathrooms.
Location, Location, Location
The Silicon Beach Lofts are located on Princeton Dr., west of Lincoln Blvd. and south of Washington Blvd., just a few blocks from the beach in Venice. This location is very desirable, because it is in the heart of the west LA tech hub known as Silicon Beach, home to over 500 start-ups. In addition, the area has a very high walking score, which offers its residents a work, live, and play environment to enjoy. Residents of the Silicon Beach Lofts are just steps from all the fun on Venice Beach, great bike paths, and the famous Abbott-Kinney shops and restaurants.