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7561 Melrose Ave

Mid-City West, Los Angeles, CA
Total Size
3,600 sqft
Year Renovated
Building Class

About 7561 Melrose Ave

Containing 1 story of rentable office space or commercial space and a second floor mezzanine level, this mixed-use building includes a total square footage of approximately 3,600. The property is set in the Melrose area of Los Angeles at 7561 Melrose Avenue.

Of the square footage, the majority - nearly 2,800 square feet - is dedicated to open space on the ground floor of the building. The useful mezzanine area contains about 800 square feet. Windows completely cover the facade and bring lots of sunlight into the spaces.

For an additional source of light, two skylights were added to the building in 1996. Other updates made at this time include a new HVAC system and new electrical wiring throughout the structure. The ceilings are high throughout 7561 Melrose Avenue to add an airiness to the interior.

This property has a prime location within Melrose's Shopping District and is within walking distance of many well-known stores and restaurants. Because of the great signage space on the facade, tenants have ample opportunity to advertise to the foot and vehicular traffic that floods the area each day.

With a beautiful modern look, 7561 Melrose Avenue has a clean white facade and long panels of windows on each floor. Crown molding caps the building, and there are raised column-like details above the second floor.

Internet Providers for 7561 Melrose Ave

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The Neighborhood: Mid-City West

Compared to the rest of the Metropolitan Los Angeles market, the Mid-City West region has more expensive rates, and you'll have to negotiate above asking rent to be in this hot submarket.

Median Rate Median Size
Mid-City West $55
Median Rate Median Size
Metropolitan Los Angeles $32

Median Rate over Time in Mid-City West