There’s a new lease at the El Dorado lofts. It’s a 2BD, 2BA loft. Please contact
Maple Navarro (310) 430-1949 for more details. CalBre #01924421
The El Dorado Lofts, constructed in 1913 was described by the LA Times as a magnificent hostelry with a strikingly beautiful façade and metropolitan conveniences. It was constructed by Downtown Properties. The exterior facade is dressed in concrete and turn of the century terracotta. Green glazed brick clad the exterior with Batchelder tiles on the interior walls and lobby columns. This building is a historical building and was once the home of Charlie Chaplin. The El Dorado lofts was built by and originally named for local capitalist and financier, N.W. Stowell. It was originally named the Hotel Stowell and was sold in 1938 and later renamed the El Dorado Hotel.
416 S. Spring St.
Los Angeles, CA 90014