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|Pacific Electric Lofts|
|610 South Main Street|
Los Angeles CA United States
|Units / Rooms||314|
| - residential|
| - garden|
| - library|
| - restaurant|
| - fitness center|
| - highrise|
| - beaux arts|
| - glass|
| - steel|
- Architect: Thornton Fitzhugh
- 610 South Main Street has been used as a set for over 400 movie and television productions.
- Home to Cole's, the city's oldest operating restaurant.
- The top ten floors of the Pacific Electric Building originally had been home to the Johnathan Club.
- At the time of completion, the Pacific Electric Building was considered LA's first skyscraper and was the West Coast's largest building at the time until the 1950's.
- The building primarily operated as a downtown streetcar terminal from 1905 to 1950.
- Converted into lofts in 2005.
- The rooftop garden which was long gone, was brought back with a pool, spa, gardens, fireplaces, and a dog run.
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