Welcome to Little Tokyo Lofts — formerly the Westinghouse Electric Building that was originally constructed in 1922 and remained the company’s headquarters until 1948. This historic building was converted into modern residential lofts in 2006, yet retains all its original charm. This 700 sq. ft. corner studio unit has 12 ft. ceilings w separate bedroom area. Northern-facing large casement windows let in plenty of natural light. And this unit has only one shared wall which is finished in industrial concrete to complement the natural hardwood floors throughout the living and dining areas. Jack and Jill walk-through bathroom w full tub/shower and stackable in-unit washer/dryer. Large bedroom closet with two sliding doors runs along western wall. Two assigned parking spaces (one covered and one uncovered) in on-site parking garage — a rare amenity with DTLA loft buildings. HOA recently installed EV chargers on every level of on-site garage. 25 visitor spaces. This resort-like building includes courtyard and open air lounge areas, large heated pool, adjacent hot tub, bbq and fully appointed gym. On-site dog run. Two blocks from Little Tokyo and near Arts District. Terrific investment opportunity to own a piece of booming DTLA.