In the heart of Long Beach, California, stands a striking Art Deco structure known as the Walker Building that once housed a department store. The building was built in 1929 by Meyer & Holler, who designed the famous Grauman’s Chinese Theater in Hollywood just a few years earlier. Decades after its construction, the property was converted into stunning Art Deco–inspired loft apartments—one of which just hit the market.
Art Deco details provide an inspiring backdrop for the modern and industrial aesthetic of this loft-style residence. Spread across nearly 1,500 square feet, the space offers one bedroom, one bathroom, a spacious open layout, and an abundance of natural light from many large windows. Scroll ahead to take a peek inside the property, currently listed for $668,000.
115 W. 4th St. Loft 311 Long Beach, California, 90802 is currently listed for $668,000 by Nate Cole of Unique California Property.
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