The Tomahawk Building, built in 1914, is located in the Fashion District and is an exclusive 8 unit building. Each unit has its own floor and private direct elevator access. Constructed in 1914, the Tomahawk Building was one of the first modern buildings to be built in Flatiron Park (the intersection of Spring, Main, and Ninth Streets). It's construction ushered in a building boom in the surrounding area that lasted through the 1920s and made Flatiron Park largely what it is today. The construction of the Tomahawk Building along with Flatiron Park extended the Financial Core of Pre-World War II Los Angeles southward along Spring Street. For decades, the Tomahawk Building housed the offices of numerous financial institutions.
In the late 1970's an ax like sculpture by Gary Lloyd was installed on the face of the building.
The Flatiron Development Group acquired the building to spearhead historical preservation and loft converson under the Adaptive Re-use Ordinance.
In 2002, the City of Los Angeles City Council and Cultural Heritage Commission named the Tomahawk Building a Historic-Cultural Monument.
- Great Architectural Details
- Private Elevator Opens Directly to Units
- Secured Access
- 11-foot High Exposed Concrete Slab & Beam Ceilings
- Private Elevator Lobby with Keyed, Individual Access to Each Floor
- Large Windows on Either side of the Unit with City Views to the East and West
- Renowned German Designed Bulthaup Kitchens
- Custom Built-in Hardwood Cabinetry and Bookcases
- Miele Oven, Cooktop, and Dishwasher
- Bathroom with Tiled Tub and Shower
- Built-in Washer / Dryer unit
- Central Heating & Air-conditioning with Individual Thermostats
- High-speed Internet Access and Digital Cable