Walkers_5_10_2014 (31 of 31)If you’re looking to land a penthouse loft in a premier historic landmark in Long Beach, now is your chance (but we guarantee this won’t stay on the market for long). The Walker Building, originally built in 1929, completely restored in 2002, delivers a rare opportunity for those who seek luxury Manhattan-style loft condos in sunny California.

Originally designed by Meyer & Holler, Inc., of Los Angeles, (also the notable designers of Grauman’s Chinese Theater), the building is completely restored to its period Art Deco style and includes 46 units: 39 luxury loft condominiums and 7 two-story penthouses with panoramic views. It also includes first floor retail, underground parking with a ramp entrance off of 4th Street, and modern fire and life safety systems.

The main entrance is a replicated grand entry canopy located on 4th Street. You enter a gorgeous large lobby area where you are able to view many of the old historical elements of the building and make your way to one of two modernized elevators. Residents enjoy video access entry systems for their guests and remote transmitters for garage entry.

Units  boast 14 foot ceilings, central heating and air conditioning, European style bathrooms with large walk-in showers, wiring for high speed internet access and gourmet kitchens equipped with professional series Viking ranges. Penthouses are 2000 square feet, two stories, and with 20 foot ceilings; and owners indulge in private terraces, a private access elevator, and amazing custom panoramic city views. There   is nothing like the Walker Building in the city.

You can live in luxury and be conveniently located a short walk away from the beach, restaurants, and nightlife if you act fast. The revered Walker Building is the buzz right now and units go fast. If you would like more information or would like a tour, contact Bill Hayward at 310-466-9671 today and schedule your appointment.