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1230 E 6th St

Historic Cultural, Los Angeles, CA
Total Size
316,632 sqft
Year Constructed


Onsite Parking

About 1230 E 6th St

This building was erected in 1963 and is spread across 1 story. Well-over 316,600 square feet of rentable office space and practical warehouse space is housed within the structure. Set in the Downtown area of Los Angeles, CA at 1230 East 6th Street.

Clear ceiling heights throughout the structure reach approximately 22 feet, and this gives industrial businesses ample room for product storage. The street-facing facade of the building is covered in dock-high loading positions, and because the lot is completely open to the street, trucks have plenty of room to maneuver.

All of the walk-in entrances of 1230 East 6th Street are accessible via a short staircase. Some onsite parking spaces are offered in front of each door, though tenants have the option to park in the truck parking when not in use. There is room for custom signage above each unit.

Delivery drivers and commuters have easy access to the building, thanks to the close proximity to area freeways, such as the 5, 10, 60 and 101 highways. There are several wide ingress and egress points to the lot, and 6th Street is wide and features a slower traffic flow.

With an industrial look, 1230 East 6th Street has an unornamented white facade. Stripes of dark paint along the roof and the base of the building add to the visual appeal.

Internet Providers for 1230 E 6th St

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100 Mb/s
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AT&T California DSL
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Megapath DSL
25 Mb/s
25 Mb/s

The Neighborhood: Historic Cultural

On average, listings lease in the $20's per square foot per year. The Historic Cultural submarket is seeing a decrease in rates. In the last 3 months, the median rate decreased $36 per sqft per year. That's a 60% decline in rent.

Median Rate Median Size
Historic Cultural $50

Median Rate over Time in Historic Cultural