Welcome Home to Packard Lofts
Originally home to Packard Motor Car Company and Los Angeles’ second-ever broadcast radio station, The Packard Lofts building encapsulates unique pieces of history while seamlessly blending with modern luxuries that make these apartments both timeless and contemporary. Situated in South Park across the street from the Museum of Neon Art, this community’s location illustrates another piece of its compelling story, once proudly displaying one of the first neon lights in the United States, which featured the signature Packard logo script. The space that housed luxury vehicles from the 1920s now offers 116 urban lofts in distinct studio, one and two bedroom layouts. Each home thoughtfully captures the industrial architecture while providing a fresh look, best seen in the polished concrete floors and stylish granite countertops. High ceilings and large walk-in closets emphasize the spacious floor plans and open feeling, while Euro-style cabinets and impressive stainless steel appliances add a chic touch. Spend more time relaxing at home instead of feeding quarters to laundromat machines, because every model includes a washer and dryer set. In addition to a gorgeous interior, you can enjoy sweeping views of downtown from the rooftop fitness center, spa and tanning deck. With a Walk Score of 94, The Packard Lofts not only offers a location that speaks of its historical significance but also of its modern-day conveniences. Whole Foods, L.A. Live, Grand Central Market and the Grand/Olympic bus stop are just blocks away. Visit The Packard Lofts today.