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Discover Long Beach Lofts For Sale
Experience the heights—and high, high ceilings—of industrial chic by choosing Long Beach lofts. Whether revitalizing a once-imposing Masonic Temple, reworking the historic Ebell Theater, or transforming a row of five & dimes, the developers of these Long Beach lofts for sale have helped drive a spectacular resurrection of this city's neighborhoods and communities. Millions of dollars in investments and years of hard work by award-winning local architects make these urban lofts among the most desired styles of living in Long Beach.
And looking at them, it's not hard to see why—sweeping views, handsome hardwoods, private patios, and extremely generous square footage add up to some of the hippest housing around. Given their origins, these lofts are anything but typical living spaces, so you can expect an array of unique features that set them apart from other Long Beach real estate.
Many of the gorgeous lofts for sale in Long Beach could have only happened downtown, where they offer short walks to the Waterfront, East Village, and Alamitos Beach. They represent an opportunity to live in this city's beating heart, just steps from vibrant nightlife, great food and drink, and the urban playground of Long Beach's famous seaside attractions.
Exciting Features of Long Beach Lofts
The possibilities presented by loft living are as open as their floorplans. The previous lives of these buildings are reflected in unique visual features that you won't find in newly built condos. They're easily adaptable to the eclectic lifestyles of residents, who can keep the space open or use decorative screens or other adornments to carve out whatever spaces they imagine.
Some modern luxuries of Long Beach lofts for sale include:
stylish Hansgrohe fixtures
custom kitchen islands
original exposed bricks and ductwork
floors of engineered hardwood or polished concrete
Your Lifestyle in Long Beach Lofts For Sale
The amenities offered by Long Beach lofts for sale are, in a word, fantastic. Depending on which building you choose, you'll enjoy resort-style pools and fitness centers, rooftop lounges, common areas for work or play, 24/7 security and concierge services, onsite storage, dog-washing stations, and covered parking. Many have rejuvenated historic lobbies and expansive rooftop lounges that will wow your guests too.
The lofts of Long Beach have excellent Walk Scores and offer quick access to bike and beachside trails. They're close to great entertainment and shopping at The Pike and Shoreline Village on Rainbow Harbor as well as to major entertainment centers like Long Beach Arena and the Long Beach Convention Center. It's easy to imagine yourself walking your dog in ShoreLine Aquatic Park, playing volleyball on Alamitos Beach, or visiting the Aquarium of the Pacific with the kids.
You'll be living close to adventure, entertainment, and great food in the East Village, but you can also walk to work in the financial and goverment center of West Gateway. Commuters to Los Angeles or other nearby cities, though, will appreciate quick access to the Seaside Freeway, the I-110, and the I-170.
Are you ready to Search With Style® for Long Beach lofts? Look to Nook Real Estate for more information about how you can own one of these coveted properties.
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