|Beds||Baths||Rent||Deposit||Sq Ft||Lease Length||Available|
|Studio Studio Studio||1 Bathroom 1 Bath 1 BA||$1,275||$1,250||575 Sq Ft||12 Month Lease||Available Now|
About 3715 W 1st St Los Angeles, CA 90004
CONTACT US TODAY TO SCHEDULE YOU FOR A WALK-TROUGH. YOU MAY GIVE ME A CALL TO 323-547-6494 OR EMAIL ME DIRECTLY email@example.com Standing at the corner of W. 1st and N. Berendo, Seven Lions gracefully surveys the surrounding neighborhood. Excellently located on the border of Koreatown and Hollywood this six story, elegant, 1927 building is the tallest in her area. Almost every unit delivers terrific views of sunny, palm-lined streets and the vast, endless landscape of LA. Seven Lions has all the grace and romance you would expect of a 20's era building but she also has a secret. Her name is Seven Lions but only 6 lion medallions can be found on the building. It's rumored that in the early 30's a real lion was kept in the basement. Recent renovations to the grounds, interior and individual units make this 1920's building feel pleasantly at home in the 21st century. Step into one of the gorgeously renovated units and you will too! Close to the Metro Red Line, they are conveniently located for students and commuters. Close to all types of schools from universities/colleges to elementary schools. Vons store, Ralph's, Starbucks, Korean BBQ, little Cesar's pizza to The famous California Doughnut shop all near by-Walking distance. WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR? SCHEDULE TO VIEW YOURSELF THIS BEAUTIFUL BUILDING! ;)
Dogs and Cats Allowed
- 12 Months
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Neighborhood - Koreatown
As the name suggests, the atmosphere in Koreatown is heavily influenced by Korean culture, and it is a favorite destination among foodies city-wide for its endless selection of authentic Korean restaurants. But the community has a much more diverse character than that: The broad range of cultural influences is exemplified in landmarks like the synagogue/contemporary art gallery of the Wilshire Boulevard Temple, the Latin fusion cuisine of Roy Choi’s restaurants, and the popular German/Korean/Hawaiian tinged gastropub, Biergarten.
As one of the most popular sections of LA during Hollywood’s golden age, many historic buildings, bars, and restaurants have been preserved or restored to transport patrons to another time—in fact, the interiors of several local eateries were used as locations for the 1960s-set TV series, “Mad Men.
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