This industrial building is set in Central Los Angeles at 238 South Mission Road and was constructed in 1937. The structure is spread across 1 story and includes a total of 30,000 square feet of rentable office space and manufacturing space.
In 2006, a complete remodel of the building was done. This update put 400-AMP three-phase power throughout the property, which allows for modern technology use and the operation of heavy machinery. To complement the open floor space, the ceilings reach heights of approximately 20 feet.
Of the square footage within 238 South Mission Road, nearly 3,500 square feet are dedicated sorely to office space, while the rest of the building is all warehouse. The warehouse is accessible via four dock-high loading positions and multiple ground-level roll-up doors.
Street frontage is found on three sides of this building, giving tenants ample exposure. The Mission Road side of the structure includes facade signage for further advertisement. There are nearly 10 parking spaces on this side of the building, and the 3rd Street side boasts employee parking, as well.
The front-facing facade of 238 South Mission Road is covered in red brick and includes ornate stacked brick details in the forms of columns and layers around the entry. All of the other sides are built of concrete.
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