About LTL

​Step into a world of energy and excitement at Little Tokyo Lofts. Unlike those who prefer suburban life, you are not constrained by convention. You will be close to a trendier flavor of nightlife with dozens of underground clubs and bars known only by those who live in the glow of downtown.

You can walk to MOCA, the Standard and other urban gems awaiting your discovery. Rather than driving to the mall, you can saunter over to eye architectural landmarks such as Rafael Moneo’s Cathedral, Frank Gehry’s Walt Disney Concert Hall, or the Los Angeles Public Library.

Little Tokyo Lofts offer a true residential loft, not some newly constructed wanna-be. These downtown spaces are for those who would rather chew glass than live in a box in the ‘burbs. Design your space for the way you want to live — choose the city view that most inspires you.

Little Tokyo Lofts were designed for those with an individual aesthetic. This converted industrial space features soaring ceilings and hardwood floors. Light flows through the huge steel casement windows emphasizing the open floor plans.

But just because you live on the cutting edge, don’t think that Little Tokyo Lofts scrimps on the extras. Gourmet kitchens offer granite counters and maple cabinets. Outdoors you’ll find an interior garden courtyard, heated pool with sun deck and a hot tub spa. Gated garage parking is accessed via a private pedestrian archway and security maintains a 24-hour presence. And for the love of your life, Little Tokyo Lofts offers a dog run.


-- Maple hardwood floors
-- Woodburning fireplaces
-- 12' ceilings
-- Steel casement windows
-- Stainless steel appliances
-- Granite counters and maple cabinets

-- Heater pool and spa
-- Open garden courtyard for relaxing
-- Secured covered parking
-- State-of-the-art fitness center
-- 24-hour security with continuous video surveillance


Little Tokyo Lofts lets you escape the commuter crawl and recapture all of those hours wasted on freeways. You are steps from Chinatown, Japanese Village Plaza and Grand Central Market.

The community is served by the Metro Gold Line— Little Tokyo/Arts District Station at the northeastern perimeter of Little Tokyo. Within walking distance is the Metro Red and Purple Subway lines at either Civic Center Station or Union Station — with connections to Amtrak, Metrolink, Metro Silver Line BRT, and Foothill Transit’s Silver Streak BRT services.