It is difficult to come up with unique language to describe one of the most iconic art-deco buildings in the United States. We like this from Curbed LA[T]his freaking fantastic Claud-Beelman-designed Art Deco building stands out even in Downtown, where there are plenty of very lovely restored buildings around. The buildings exterior is covered in striking teal terra cotta and has all sorts of fun embellishments (golden chevrons, sunbursts), all topped off by a clock tower and neon "Eastern" sign. Now holding fancy lofts and equally fancy ground-floor retail, its part of the rapidly-fancifying section of Broadway near the Ace Hotel
Fancifying indeed! This apartment pays tribute in all respect to the glorious history of Art-Deco in Los Angeles in every respect. From the moment you enter we trust you will be transformed into a glorious feeling of being in a special home. From the professionally decorated accoutrements to the lighting and decorations all of which pay tribute to the Golden Age of Jazz in Los Angeles in the 20s and 30s. One cannot help but harken back to the glory days of Hollywood while enjoying this home.
From the lighting to the color scheme, this home has been professionally decorated to incorporate the geometric fashion, decorative motives and opaque glass so that the grandeur of the Eastern Building stays with you once inside and out. Please take a look at the photos as they will do more than words to introduce you to the home. Access to the roof top pool and a parking spot in the underground garage come with the home.