Michael Rotondi, F.A.I.A.

The Carlson-Reges Residence, 1922

698 Moulton Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90031

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The best architecture inspires those who design it to dive deeper, reach higher and touch the very spirit of creation. In 1992 in a former Edison Electric Art Deco substation, ROTO Architects started making an AIA-award winning masterwork that today serves as gallery, artist studio, entertainment space and creative compound. Multi-levels move in and out of the historic façade to create a whole new form, one grand in scale yet intimate in experience. Starting on the expansive ground floor studio you make your way up to the dramatic & luxe entertaining spaces. Walls and doors open to pathways and terraces that overlook a lush garden, pond and a reflecting pool made from a liquid storage tank found onsite. The master bedroom suite seemingly floats over the landscape into the city lights below. This is a work of art, yet on a half acre of land in this location it is also a property that could offer very strong development potential. A stylish anchor for the Brewery Arts Complex, the Carlson-Reges Residence overlooks the proposed site of the Los Angeles River Park and is just minutes from DTLA, Chinatown and the Historic Core.

Area: 4407
Bedrooms: 3
Baths: 3
Garage: 4 Cars

Christopher Pomeroy
Crosby Doe Associates, Inc.
(917) 838-4692