In Vogue - 939 S Broadway Brings Modern Living to Historic Downtown L.A.

Posted on Tuesday, November 5, 2019.

The Agency is proud to announce our latest development listing, 939 S Broadway located in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles. Neighboring The Ace Hotel, the collection of residences is situated within the former Western Costume Co. building‚ once frequented by film stars and studio heads and known as the “closet to the stars.” Built in 1925 by renowned architect Kenneth MacDonald Jr., 939 S Broadway features brand new, exquisitely designed contemporary residences within a head-turning, Renaissance Revival-style building brimming with historic design details. 

“939 S Broadway provides an amazing opportunity to live in one of L.A.’s most vibrant and historically significant neighborhoods,” says Hana Cha, managing director of The Agency Development Group, which represents marketing and sales. “DTLA has been rapidly evolving over the last decade, and we’re in the heart of the area’s most popular theaters, breweries, cafes and nightlife. Each of the residences boasts contemporary, light-filled interiors with industrial accents—there’s nothing like it in downtown right now.”

Ranging in size from 505 to 1,227 square feet and offering one to two-bedroom layouts, each of 939 S Broadway’s industrial-chic abodes feature generous gathering spaces and interiors that balance form and function. Modern details include stainless steel appliances, Quartz countertops and the original, towering window walls that draw abundant natural light and reveal sweeping views of Downtown Los Angeles. A rooftop pool terrace, with lounges and shaded daybeds, is perfectly positioned to capture 360-degree views of Los Angeles. 

Nearby attractions include the Orpheum Theater, STAPLES Center, LA LIVE and the Fashion District. 939 S Broadway is also minutes from Grand Central Market, MOCA, The Broad, Walt Disney Concert Hall and the famed Los Angeles Flower Market. 


Discover more at 939SBroadway.com, or visit the on-site sales gallery open seven days a week from 10am to 5pm.  

 

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