Santa Fe Lofts

Santa Fe Lofts is a Beaux Arts-style building located in the vibrant, culturally abundant Gallery Row District of Downtown Los Angeles, featuring large studio, work/live lofts and retail space. Commissioned by notable industrialist William G. Kerckhoff and designed by prominent L.A. architecture firm Morgan and Walls, Santa Fe Lofts features neoclassical details including authentic hexagonal plaster columns, mosaic tile, oversized windows, and light wells as well as 1910s-era lobbies, staircases, and corridors. Constructed in 1908, with an annex added in 1916, the building was purchased in 1933 by the Santa Fe Railroad which occupied seven floors for over 50 years. In 2005, the interior of the annex was renovated and converted to housing. MWest will restore and showcase the unique qualities of Santa Fe Lofts while renovating elevator access, refreshing the rooftop deck, and constructing a modern fitness center.

Constructed
1908
Apartment Units
132
Retail Units
10

Santa Fe Lofts Website

 

121 S. 6th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90014