Los Angeles, CA
||8 stories, 103 Units
In 1907, William G. Kerckhoff, one of the most important industrialists and financiers in California, commissioned the prominent Los Angeles architecture firm of Morgan and Walls to design the William G. Kerckhoff Building, a Beaux Arts-style commercial building located at the northeast corner of Main and Sixth Streets in downtown Los Angeles.
In 1916, an annex was added and in 1933, the Santa Fe Railroad purchased the building and became the major tenant for over 50 years. The adaptive reuse project includes 132 loft apartments and ground floor retail. The project meets criteria for the National Register of Historic Places.
OUR NEIGHBORHOOD FAVORITE
Pussy and Pooch
Pussy and Pooch was one of the first upstart shops (circa 2007) to open in downtown catering to the incoming residents of the many pet-friendly loft conversions. They’ve curated a great collection of natural and grain-free pet foods, as well as toys and accessories that you just can’t get at Petco.