Incredible scale, tremendous volume and 360 degree jetliner views position this rare historic penthouse as the most significant mixed-use offering in Downtown LA's thriving Arts District. Originally constructed in 1925 by E.J. Eckel as the West Coast headquarters of Nabisco, this magnificent structure was converted to a live/work community in 2007, the same year it was declared a Historic Cultural Monument. Spanning four levels atop the 7th floor, this grand scaled unit provides the ultimate canvas to create, produce, live, entertain and play all in one. Recently outfitted as the headquarters of a major film production company, this museum-like dwelling occupies 4,300 square feet of interiors with original maple hardwood floors and a remarkable 3,600 square feet of private outdoor terrace space. A flexible canvas enjoys a variety of floor plan layouts depending on your style, with the main living spaces and kitchen on the second floor, and a voluminous owner's suite occupying the entire third floor. Start and end your days with incredible sunrise and sunset views from a towering rooftop deck, providing exceptional scenery from LA's mountain ranges, through Downtown, and over to the coast, revealing an incomparable wow perspective of the Los Angeles basin. Ideally located with easy access to the Westside, Hollywood and Valley studios while just around the corner from the new Soho Warehouse and the Arts District's bustling eateries and sceneries. Truly one of a kind- extremely private with around the clock concierge, a zen garden terrace & swimming pool, the tax saving Mills Act, and a celebrated piece of genuine Angeleno history, this once in an era setting is the best Downtown LA life has to offer. Home, is here.