Abbot Kinney

Hip Marina Del Rey Loft w/ Soaring 17' Ceilings

Chic loft living in the heart of the hip Arts District of Marina Del Rey.  Upon entry one is immediately struck by the soaring 17' ceilings throughout the downstairs area of the loft. Downstairs is an ideal open floor plan with a sleek modern galley kitchen, tons of windows flooding the living room with natural light, a bathroom, and a fully enclosed bedroom area.  There is also an additional "bedroom area" as well downstairs that would make a great home office.  A cool industrial spiral staircase takes you to the second floor master bedroom area and modern bathroom.  There is a large private outdoor patio as well to compliment this stunning loft.  Newer secure building with a relaxing rooftop deck.  Lying in a great westside location, close to Abbot Kinney, Silicon Beach, and LAX, this is a great opportunity to own a perfect modern live/work space in a prime location.

4115 Glencoe Ave #106, Marina Del Rey

2 Beds + Office | 2 Baths

1,610 sq. ft 


You can see a detailed tour of this property at

Listing by Eric Smilay  

Pictures by Shooting LA

If you would like to see this property in person, please feel free to contact us anytime @310.600.9172 or email We would be happy to assist!

Around Los Angeles--Venice (Abbot Kinney area)

I was in Venice this morning dropping off keys to the buyer's agent for the condo I just sold this past Friday. Venice is a beach town first and foremost, but there is a burgeoning modern architecture scene nestled in with vintage Craftsmen buildings and small California bungalows that form an interesting visual mix. It is nowhere more prevalent than on the main shopping thoroughfare of Abbot Kinney. This street has boomed over the last several years, and is now considered one of the hippest and most desired locations in all of Los Angeles to live (there are several live/work & multi-use buildings in the vicinity), as well as hang out for it's options of shopping, coffee, restaurants, and cultural scene. Here are some of the shots I was able to capture today to show the contrasting styles and development of the area, both in commercial spaces and housing. [flickr size="small" float="left"][/flickr]

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