For Buy or Sell Real Estate


Search MLS for Home for Sale in South Bay & Palos Verdes
Selling your Home, we sell home in South Bay & Palos Verdes

The Roosevelt Condominiums Real Estate for Sale in Financial District of Downtown Los Angeles.

The Roosevelt Condominiums

727 West 7th Street,
Los Angeles, CA 90017

Area: Financial District, Downtown L.A.

Management / HOA Phone #: N.A.

Roosevelt Condominiums  For Sale

For more information on buying or selling real estate in Los Angeles contact Steven at 310-866-5519 or  E-Mail . We can show you ANY Listings

Roosevelt Lofts are located in the downtown Los Angeles's Financial District. The Roosevelt is “THE” first class high-rise luxury condominum building in heart of the financial district. Originally completed in 1927, The Roosevelt is a registered historical landmark featuring Beaux Arts Classicism and Italian-Renaissance design influences. Dramatic arches, rusticated masonry and stunning architectural details recall the grandeur of the distinguished department stores and city life on Seventh Street in the 1920s. The building features a variety of single and multi tier condominum spaces with uniquely designed open floor plans. The exterior and lobby feature dramatic arches, mosaic floors and walnut woodwork, as well as cast stone details, stone quoins and multiple tall cornices. Inside each unit space, you'll find modern interiors combined with distinctive touches that bring the building to the forefront of 21st century design. The Roosevelt Condominiums reflects a thoughtful investigation into design. Unique angles compliment fashionable finishes turning every space into the ultimate expression of luxury high-rise condominum living. Featuring gourmet kitchens, clean hardware, and inspired fixtures, the building adeptly fuses modern amenities on the inside with historic ornament on the outside. Condominiums range from 800 to over 2,700 square feet, including two historically-preserved units and several tri-level penthouses with direct access to the rooftop pool, cabanas and private gardens. The Roosevelt Condominiums sets new precedents for upscale living at a downtown address.


The Roosevelt was built as premier office space and was the largest building in Southern California when it opened in 1927. Every decade since, it has provided a recognizable and familiar cornerstone in the ever-changing, bustling world of downtown Los Angeles. Now in the 21st century, The Roosevelt has transformed into a luxury home for the talented, successful, and expressive.

The city of angels, the endless muse

When you live at The Roosevelt in the heart of the Financial District, downtown L.A. is completely yours. Where do you want to go first? The city of angels is abundant with dazzling arts, diverse culture and non-stop entertainment. Staples Center is close by. Macys Plaza is right across the street for amazing shopping anytime. See you favorite band at some of the cool historic clubs or the big venues nearby. Fine dining with all of its international influences and sumptuous flavors, compelling modern art, diverse cultural events, as well as tranquil recreation are all at your feet. Living here is like having a key to the entire city in all of its forms and all of its beauty. It's time to explore...

The Roosevelt Condominiums

Name: The Roosevelt 
Address: 727 W 7th St
City: Los Angeles
Zip 90017
Area: Financial District, Downtown L.A.
Price Range: $389,000 - $2,000,000
Type: Hi-Rise Luxury Condominiums
Stories 15
Number of Penthouse 3
Number of Units 222
Management / HOA Phone# N.A.
Year Built / Converted 1927 /2008
School District L.A. Unified
Builder Curlett + Beelman
Developer Roosevelt Lofts, LLC, and Milbank Real Estate Service
Architects Killefer Flammang Architects
Service/ Amenities
Concierge Yes
Valet Parking 24-hour Valet Parking for Residents and Guests
Fitness Center Yes
Party Room N/A
Pool Rooftop Pool with Cabanas and an Outdoor Fireplace
Elevator Yes
Parking Yes, onsite for residents and guest.

All information is subject to change and should be independently verified.

 Return to top of page