1320 E. 7th Street

Building Features

Designed by LA architect John Parkinson and built in the 1910s, 1320 E. 7th Street is a two story building very much like its neighboring building 1318 E. 7th Street. It once housed produce merchants on the ground floor with offices and storage on the second floor. Situated on the southend of Market Row, 1320 E. 7th Street features a row of retailers on the ground floor with creative office space on the second floor. With views of pedestrian life on Market Row, 1320 is in the heart of ROW DTLA.

  • Suite 531

    12,856 sqft

  • Suite 530

    7,615 sqft

  • Suite 529

    10,721 sqft

  • Suite 528

    15,477 sqft

  • 7,600 - 15,500 SQUARE FEET ON THE 2ND FLOOR
  • CAREFULLY RENOVATED INDUSTRIAL BUILDING FROM THE 1910'S
  • METICULOUSLY RESTORED WINDOWS WITH VIEWS OF MARKET ROW AND THE PRODUCE MARKET
  • PRESERVED ORIGINAL MATERIALS AND TEXTURES
  • TWO EXCLUSIVE LOBBIES CONNECT TO MARKET ROW
  • EXPANSIVE AND FLEXIBLE FLOOR PLATE
  • EXPOSED 14 TO 18 FOOT CEILINGS
  • REHABILITATED ORIGINAL WOOD FLOORING
  • EXECUTIVE SURFACE PARKING AVAILABLE ON MARKET ROW
  • DIRECT ACCESS TO ROW DTLA'S SHOPS, RESTAURANTS AND OPEN SPACE
DOWNLOAD PDF