By Bianca Barragan
Originally Published by Curbed LA
Over 1,700 square feet of space and a private patio.
Long Beach’s Masonic Temple Lofts is—you guessed it—a former Masonic temple converted to housing. The 1927 building still maintains a striking lobby with an arched ceiling and impressive columns, but since it was turned into housing in 2005, it also offers industrial chic lofts, including a spacious corner unit that’s on the market now.
This 1,785-square-foot loft up offers high ceilings, plenty of natural light (the perks of a corner unit), and smooth, polished concrete floors. The residence has its own private patio off the living room and one bathroom with dual sinks.
The condo comes with two parking spaces and an additional storage area. The unit last sold in 2007 for $554,000. It’s now asking $639,900, plus HOA dues of $446 a month.