Perched in the 1929 Walker Building, this sunshine-filled corner unit mixes old with new.
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.
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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.