Personal Residence of L.A. Designer Micah Heimlich and Writer/Publisher Paul Foss. As one of DTLA’s original adaptive reuse projects, the Molino Street Lofts are situated in the very center of DTLA’s tony Arts District. Completed in 2006, The Kor Group and RSA Architects combined two previously converted loft apartment buildings into an authentic live/work loft complex. No two alike, each unit was individually configured and designed to incorporate vintage characteristics and real world amenities. The interior of this top floor residence exudes a tactile quality that seems to translate the vibrant scene on the streets below into a living experience that is pure DTLA. Crafted finishes, bespoke fittings, built-ins, and curated elements by unHeim lend to the truly couture sensibility that defines this open and airy space. With an eastern view over the iconic 4th St. bridge looking towards the San Gabriel mountains, this unit offers quiet repose from the kinetic neighborhood happenings that make this location the ultimate destination in LA. Freshly renovated public areas including convenient off-street parking, rooftop pool, viewing deck, and a gym round out the amenities.