you - a renter looking for one of these shiny new buildings in downtown la and looking to take advantage of some new move in deals with all the new inventory here.
us - a licensed real estate company that has relationships with most of these buildings and can offer you 1/2 of of our commission, on top of any offers/ promos the building is offering!
the catch? - each building is different, but most require us to escort you in during your first visit and sign you in. other buildings may require us to set up the appointment for you. Both of which we can easily handle.
but why? - new buildings are popping up all over downtown la and they’re trying to fill up their vacancies fast. These new building typically offer their current tenants referral bonuses. But, as a downtown la real estate company, they offer us even more than a referral bonus, we make a percentage of the total lease, of which we’d be happy to split with you. It’s a win - win.
have questions? - Reach out to us, and speak to a live person now! Contact us.
More about us? - We are a property management company, and real estate sales company centered out of downtown la. Find out more.
Our other offerings? - Once you move in to your new place, we offer our handyman move-in package that includes mounting a tv on the wall, hanging picture frames, and even painting an accent wall. Click here for more info.
Current Buildings. Hope and Flower, 825 S Hill St., Aven.
825 S HILL ST.
$2575/month and up
Level 2, otherwise known as 825 S Hill. The tallest residential apartment building in the state. Go to http:// for building info and photos, then give us a call.
AVEN AT 1057 S. OLIVE STREET, LOS ANGELES, CA 90015
$2,330/month and up
Amenities gallore in South Park's newest apartment building. Among other building promos, use us to walk you in, and receive an extra $400 upon successfully signing a one year lease. For more info and pics go to https://avendtla.com
THE ROWAN BUILDING AT 460 S. SPRING ST., LOS ANGELES, CA 90013
$2650 - $4000/mo
Rowan Lofts, a twelve floor, 206 unit structure began life as the Rowan Building in 1911. Constructed in the business core of downtown Los Angeles, the Rowan Building found itself home to many professional tenants, such as stock brokerage firms and law offices. It still stands today as an iconic symbol of early 1900's design, and possesses the quiet, sophisticated elegance that many surviving structures from the era share.
The interior, of course, is fully modernized for today's lifestyle, with all units possessing a wide range of features and amenities for the use of the residents.