This spacious corner condo on the top floor of a historic 1920s building is located just three blocks down Figueroa St from Exposition Park, home to more cultural institutions than any other park in Los Angeles. The Beaux Arts courtyard building, called the Figueroa Arms, was one of the first Co-Ops in the city. It boasts historic craftsmanship and design - from its wrought iron lobby canopy to its expressive brick facade and open balcony courtyard. The building was developed by Chicago-California Investment Corporation, who built several other 'own-your-own-apartment' buildings in Los Angeles, and was designed by Alabama-native structural engineer James Burton Cook and later finished by architect William Kirn. The condo is accessed by covered outdoor circulation, providing a sun-lit, fresh air stroll to the home. In addition to the elevator, there are gracious open air stairs with large skylights above. The corner unit has only one shared wall. Inside, it features a bright living room, which connects to a spacious bedroom through French doors. Both rooms are located off of a central vestibule, which also connects to the updated bathroom, kitchen, and study. The unit features two points of entry - the primary door at the living room and the service door through the kitchen. There is much storage, including a hall closet, walk-in closet, bedroom closet, and kitchen mud room. The unit features a view of the DTLA skyline. Other amenities in the fully fenced building include a large gym, furnished outdoor lounge with dog run, and nighttime security guards. Gated parking is available for a monthly fee. In addition to all that Exposition Park has to offer, the condo is positioned close to USC, the Expo Line, and the proposed improvements for the 2028 Olympics.