Saturday, September 20, 2008

Great Republic Lofts Grand Opening


Great Republic Lofts held their grand opening sales event this weekend. The building is on Spring Street bordering 8th Street and Main Street. The building will have 72 for sale lofts ranging in size from 649-981 square feet. 20 lofts were released for sale this weekend with an average price of $484 per square foot, which is reasonable. 72 parking spaces will be available in the parking lot next door for residents. The developer owns the parking lot. Each loft had quite a bit of light and all units had exposed brick. From the 5th floor models that were available to see all had views of downtown, either facing east or west. The finishes were well done, bathrooms have glass tile on the tub surround. Kitchens also had a mosaic glass tile back splash. Each unit will come with appliances with the exception of the washer/dryer.

The sales staff were beyond welcoming and were very patient with countless questions from potential residents. There will be retail on the ground floor and they are trying to secure a French cafe to open.

www.greatrepubliclofts.com

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Update: First Release Price List

4 comments:

love and hate los angeles said...

Such a great building. I pass by it several times a week on my way into downtown LA via bus.
Great transformation of the interiors,wow.
To live there would be so awesome and its not so much about having lots of square footage. But the fact that its centrally located and downtown is your playground.

Anonymous said...

great building, the only bad thing is the management. I rented one apartment last may 09, it was great, but i have a lot of problems with the things that they told you just to get you in , and they totally forget after. look for the NCT lofts, or the chapman, even the SB has better management, i lived for 2 years in downtown very happy until i moved to the Great republic lofts"
watch out.

real estate ph said...

I love places like that. I totally romanticize about living in industrial luxury.

Angelo H

Chris Michaels said...

Love LA, been looking for a loft and found some amazing places.