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A.G. Bartlett Building

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Status  Complete
Roof  57.9 m (190 ft)
Opened  1911
Architectural style  Beaux-Arts architecture
Completed  1911
Height  58 m
Floors  14
Number of units  130
A.G. Bartlett Building
Alternative names  The Bartlett Bartlett Building Lofts Seventh Street Lofts Union Oil Building
Type  Residential condominiums
Location  215 West Seventh Street Los Angeles, California
Address  215 W 7th St, Los Angeles, CA 90014, USA
Similar  Barn Lofts, Biscuit Company Lofts, Higgins Building, Park Central Building, Continental Building

The A.G. Bartlett Building is a 14-floor building at 215 W 7th St Street in Downtown Los Angeles, California. When completed in 1911, it was the tallest building in the city for five years.

It is within the Spring Street Financial District, a historic district listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The Bartlett Building was designed by John B. Parkinson and Edwin Bergstrom, in the Beaux Arts style.

The building was converted to 130 residential loft condominium units, and ground floor retail spaces in 2002, under the Los Angeles Adaptive Reuse Ordinance.


A.G. Bartlett Building Wikipedia