A Long Beach loft is typically a historic building like the Temple Lofts with an open floor plan for you to be creative with the space. Picture high ceilings with exposed pipes or beams. Some have large windows, brick walls and hardwood floors.
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Welcome to the Masonic Temple Lofts, built in 1927 and designed by architects Parker O. Wright and Francis H. Gentry, considered to be one of Long Beach's iconic and historical treasures. This unique and incredibly cool loft is located in the origina
One of a kind, tri-level, urban chic masterpiece located in the Iconic Kress Loft building est. 1925. Polished concrete floors, expansive windows, vaulted 14-foot ceilings, and exposed brick are all on display in this Historic Landmark Loft. The “c
Live your best urban lifestyle in the heart of Downtown Long Beach & Pine Ave at the the historic Art Deco Walker Building. Built in 1929 and designed by Meyer & Holler Inc. of Los Angeles, who also designed Grauman’s Chinese Theatre. Spacious 4th fl
Compare all Long Beach Lofts for Sale
|Loft Building||Location||Number of Units||Average Selling Price||Current Listings|
|City Place Lofts||395 4th Street, Long Beach CA 90802||72||$560,000|
|Kress Lofts||100 W 5th Street Long Beach, CA 90802||50||$725,000|
|Temple Lofts||835 Locust, Long Beach, California 90813||82||$646,000|
|Courtyard Lofts||849 Pine Avenue, Long Beach, CA 90802|
|Ebell Theater Lofts||1100 E 3rd Street, Long Beach, CA 90802|
|Newberry Lofts||433 Pine Avenue, Long Beach, CA 90802|
|Walker Building Lofts||115 W 4th Street, Long Beach, CA 90802|
|Insurance Exchange Lofts||207 E Broadway, Long Beach, CA 90802|