Located at 6th and Grand, nestled among the high rises, the stunning Art Deco Milano Lofts building is located in the heart of the Financial Core of downtown Los Angeles. Originally constructed in 1925 as the Edwards & Wildey building, the structure was meticulously converted into loft-style residences in 2005 by Shomof Group. Although the building changed hands in 2012, it was under Shomof Group that the Adaptive Reuse conversion of the building from offices to live-work loft condominiums took place. This conversion included the addition of a two-level subterranean parking garage and a roof deck lounge. Once home to downtown’s original deli, the Yorkshire Grill, the Milano’s ground floor retail space is now home to Industriel, one of the downtown’s hippest farm-to-table dining spots.