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837 N Spring Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012-2377 - Greater Downtown Submarket


Property Type:Retail Sub Type:Storefront Retail/Office Status:Existing , Renov March 2016 Year Built:1912
Building Size:39,072 SF Land Area:.33 AC (14,248 SF)
Smallest Space:268 SF Largest Space:2,324 SF Total Space Avail:2,592 SF Rent/SF/Yr:
$48.00 - $60.00
Features:Bus Line, Security System, Signage, Signalized Intersection, Skylights


Space Available:
Floor
SF Avail
Rent
Occupancy
Lease Term
Space Use
 1st
268 SF
$60.00/SF/Yr
Vacant
5-10 yrs
Retail
 1st
2,324 SF
$48.00/SF/Yr
Vacant
5-10 yrs
Retail
 
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Floor
SF Avail
Rent/SF/Yr
Occupancy
Lease Term
Space Use
1st
268 SF
$60.00/SF/Yr
Vacant
5-10 yrs
Retail
1st
2,324 SF
$48.00/SF/Yr
Vacant
5-10 yrs
Retail
Over its long history dating back to the late 19th century, the site where 837 North Spring Street stands has been a vinegar factory, copper shop, wagon workshop, and blacksmith. The existing building was completed in 1912 for use as a paper factory by San Francisco-based Floriston Pulp & Paper Company. At the time of its construction, it was lauded as one of the most fireproof buildings in all Los Angeles. It operated as a paper factory until 1942 when it was acquired and turned into
a spice wholesale outlet.

Today the building has been rehabilitated for creative office and retail use, highlighting its industrial architecture, while adding contemporary design features. The building' s location across from the Chinatown Metro Gold Line station makes getting to and from 837 North Spring convenient and walkable.

Chinatown has a long, multi-cultural history mixed in with Los Angeles' early industrial years. Originally called Sonoratown, in the 1850s the area was home to a community of immigrants from northern Mexico. Over the years, the neighborhood became an important enclave of immigrant communities from Greece, Italy, Croatia, France and most recently China. Old Chinatown was originally located where Union Station sits today. The construction of the station in 1938 led to the push of early residents to today' s Chinatown. The community has flourished since.

Chinatown continues to thrive as a center for Chinese culture and community. New residential projects have been built, with more planned. A concentration of artists, studios and galleries have come to call Chinatown home many of them opening gallery spaces along Chinatown' s heart at Chung King Road. New restaurants like Roy Choi' s Chego, Andy Ricker' s Pok Pok Phat Thai, and ice cream shop Scoops are opening alongside classic Chinese restaurants; and grand civic projects like Cornfield Park (opening 2015), the LA River Revitalization and Union Station' s Master Plan are further enriching the neighborhood' s significance.



Industry Partners
Jim Jacobsen
(310) 395-5151

Robert D Erickson
(818) 990-3300

Carle Pierose
(213) 943-4677



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