900 Santa Fe Avenue is well located in the burgeoning urban oasis of the trendy Arts District in Downtown Los Angeles, 900 Santa Fe Avenue sits at the heart of one of the city’s most exciting new neighborhoods. A​ hub for young professional creatives in Los Angeles, the Arts District is a community rich in charm that features stylish galleries, restaurants and boutiques, many of which were formerly factories or other industrial space converted into hip lofts and creative spaces. The area’s recent influx of massive new developments and eclectic one-off establishments provide mixed-use environments where local residents are free to live, work and play.

The Arts District is bordered at its northernmost end by Little Tokyo, stretching south along the Los Angeles River to 8th Street and the 10 Freeway. The southern third of this district, where 900 Santa Fe is situated, has been the last of the area to see full-fledged revitalization. Its rich historical and industrial past, however, make it ooze with a unique character that has drawn a great influx of development and refurbishment in recent years. ​

Over the past two years, market fundamentals in the Arts District have shown exceptional vitality. Rental rates for retail, office and multifamily properties in the area, for example, have grown significantly, particularly for retail establishments, where rents have climbed an astonishing 52.9% since the second quarter of 2017. Office rents have likewise grown a substantial 18.7% while multifamily rents have risen at a more moderate pace of 3.2%.

Adjacent to Newly Opened Soho Warehouse

One Block from Warner Music Creative Campus

Walking Distance to Numerous Trendy Restaurants, Cafes & Shops

Easy Access to Greater Los Angeles Area via 5, 10 & 101 Freeways

Near-Private Access via
7th Place Cul-De-Sac

Backyard View to River Revitalization

Blocks Away from 6th Street Viaduct Replacement Project (2020)

Minutes from All Downtown L.A. Districts and Iconic Venues



Retail Rental Growth
Over Past Two Years

$3.87 FSG

Average Office
Rental Rate


Multifamily Units


Hotel Rooms


1.23 M

Population within Five
Miles of Property


Expected Neighborhood
Population Growth (2019-2024)


Local Renter-
Occupied Housing


Downtown L.A.

Downtown Los Angeles benefits tremendously from its position at the center of the regional transportation network. Encompassed by a circle of freeways including include the Hollywood Freeway (Hwy 101), the Santa Ana Freeway (I-5), the Santa Monica Freeway (I-10), and the Harbor Freeway (I-110), making Downtown Los Angeles one of the most accessible locations in Southern California.

Dash (DTLA Bus Service)

The Los Angeles Department of Transit provides several local DASH routes that serve the area, including Downtown Los Angeles. DASH conveniently provides frequent, inexpensive and convenient bus stops and is designed to serve travel within that neighborhood and to connect to other regional transit services such as Metro Rapid and local routes, Metrolink and Metro rail lines.

L.A. Metro Rail System

The city’s Metro Transit Authority (MTA) operates 98.5 miles of rail line and counting, including route for the Red, Purple, Blue, Green, Orange, Silver, Gold and Expo lines. These routes, many of which converge in downtown Los Angeles, serve an average of more than 755,000 passengers a week across 93 stations in Los Angeles County from Long Beach to the San Fernando Valley to Pasadena and more.

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