Photo by Axel Koester
To dissuade investor-buying, some new downtown buildings have strict rules about renting out units, but apparently you can get in to Concerto, that new project that sold out last summer at an auction. The only question: Was the unit purchased by an investor or a homeowner who decided to bail? Via the Craigslist ad: "1 year lease. Available late January 2010. Be steps away from LA Live, Staples Center, Ralphs, etc. and just a short ride to USC. Available for $2,000/month is a BRAND NEW 1 Bedroom / 1 Bath downtown condo apartment in the Concerto Loft Residences(with one parking space in gated underground area beneath the building). The Home Sq. Ft. is 1,019, and it also has a balcony (Balcony Sq. Ft.: 90) that oversees Concerto's own private park that has a pool and spa."
· $2000 / 1br - CONCERTO LOFT -BRAND NEW! [Craigslist]
· Concerto Archives [Curbed LA]