San Fernando Building

The San Fernando building has a long and rich history in Los Angeles. In its early years, the building was well known for housing the offices of the city's first cooperative telephone exchange, the California film exchange, and the Half Century Association, among others. At one point, it even included amenities such as a pool hall, café, and a Turkish bath in the basement. The building was redeveloped by Gilmore Associates and was reopened in 2000 as 70 loft-style apartments, as the first of three in the Old Bank District residential conversion project.

Building Information

Gross Sq Ft
116,000
Number of Stories
9
Date Opened
1988

Property Contact

Company
Old Bank District

Retail

Retail Information

Retail Sq Ft
10,000

Residential

Residential Information

Type
Apartment
Floor Plans
Loft-style

Number of Units

Market Rate Rental Units
70
Total Units
70

Size of Units

Minimum Sq Ft
600
Maximum Sq Ft
1,400
Average Sq Ft
900

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