2626 Lacy St. | Los Angeles, California | 90031
- Year Built: 1907
- Type: Redevelopment
- Bldg Size: 90,000 Sq Ft.
- Lot Size: 2.06 Acres
Nestled in Lincoln Heights at the corner of Lacy Street and West Avenue 26 and the intersection of the 5 and 110 Freeways, Columbia Mills is positioned in one of the most accessible locations in all of Los Angeles. Directly across the street from the Lincoln/Cypress Metro Station along the Gold Line, Downtown LA is just minutes away in one direction and Old Town Pasadena in the other, with other destinations along the way including South Pasadena and Heritage Square in increasingly popular Highland Park. Columbia Mills is also blocks from the 11-mile stretch of the Los Angeles River Revitalization Plan. This unique position allows for endless creative, adaptive reuse, and development opportunities.
Columbia Mills consists of 9 unique buildings encompassing approximately 90,000 square feet, situated on 2.06 acres of land. Offering an investor a multitude of potential creative spaces, the property is filled with architectural courtyards, exposed brick walls, large industrial windows, loft spaces, exposed structural beams, industrial lifts, and much, much more. The large, corner location coupled with the city’s adaptive reuse and urban innovation plans make Columbia Mills an investor’s dream site.