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Welcome to Gilmore Lofts! Gilmore Lofts consist of two buildings, The Continental building and the Hellman building.
Constructed in 1906-1910, the Hellman Building, along Main Street and 4th Street in downtown Los Angeles, is a six-story, Beaux-Arts style structure designed by Morgan and Wallis architects. The exterior of the building remains substantially intact. Its sixth-story windows rest on a spiral molding with bays clad in red stone punctuated by terra cotta tablets and wreaths.
The 12-story Continental building, located at 4th and Spring Streets, was designed by John Parkinson and completed in 1904. The Continental was the first fully-representative building of Beaux-Arts style in Los Angeles, with rich ornaments of terra cotta, striking cornice bends, pediments, and lion heads on its facade. The building was the first skyscraper in Downtown Los Angeles, remaining the tallest building for over 50 years.
The Continental was redeveloped by Gilmore Associates into 56 lofts with a ground floor art gallery. The Hellman building was converted into 104 lofts with ground-level retail home to Big Man Bakes, Salon on Main, and the OBD Market & Deli.
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