Brewery Artist Lofts & Studios in Downtown Los Angeles
Do you like old buildings?
Built in 1903, originally it was the Edison Steam Plant #3 designed by John Parkinson
Then it was the Pabst Blue Ribbon Brewery and company headquarters
Pabst Brewing Company, founded in 1844, was formerly known as Phillip Best Brewing Company and changed its name to Pabst Brewing Company in March 1889.
Since 1982, it has been the Brewery Artist Lofts & Studios in Downtown Los Angeles
NOTE: the Paradox Iron facade and signage is not original, it was a facade for the 1994 Bruce Willis film “Color of Night” and the interior was seen as the ACME Warehouse in “Who Framed Roger Rabbit?” The Brewery has also been used as a filming location for many other film, television and video projects over the years.
One of the oldest and largest artist colonies in the world for over 30 years.
16 acres with 14 “live-work space” buildings (~310 units).
~500 artists and businesses call The Brewery home.
Twice a year the studios are open to the public at The Brewery Art Walk.
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The Brewery Artist Lofts – 2100 N. Main St., Los Angeles 90031
(the building shown above is actually 650 S. Avenue 21 & 674, 676 and 678)
No dogs or musical instruments allowed. Artists only!
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