1625 Blake Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90031
One of a kind creative space in Frogtown. Perfectly situated as the last industrial building before the major residential section of Elysian Valley, this approx 4500 square foot space has for over 30 years been a place for art and art-making. With Pristine white surfaces and 15 foot ceilings, it was for over 20 years the home and studio of artist Frank Romero, a pioneer of the Los Angeles Chicano movement and pivotal member of the acclaimed art group Los Four. Presently used as a collector's private art gallery and home, it is centered around an immense 29 x 38 foot gallery with 15 foot ceilings, and includes 2 smaller galleries, large art storage area with loading dock, 3 room office/bedroom suite, a principal bedroomwith adjoining office, kitchen, and soaring domestic storage, 2 bathrooms, 2 mezzanine storage areas, a 3 truck garage facility with roll-up doors, and extensive camera security system. The property is zoned LACM Manufacturing (Light) and is 3 doors from the LA River with next street access to the famous L.A. Bikepath. The path provides a direct connection to the gentrified Frogtown delights of the new Loreto Restaurant, LA River Kayak Safari, La Colombe Coffee, and Wax Paper. Frogtown/Elysian Valley is the new LA hub of artists, architects, filmmakers, and high tech, and continues to develop as a much in demand location for commerce and living.
4,440 Sq.Ft. LIVING AREA
4,616 Sq.Ft. lot
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