Four buildings that are exactly the same as each other next to each other and some larger buildings

Property details

Number of Units

277

Year Built

2005

Number of Floors

12

Metro 417 is a boutique-style residence enveloped by high-energy, high-design and high-style. Its lobby features 15th century, Florentine-palazzo-inspired architecture and rich historic details. One of Los Angeles' most luxurious and distinctive apartment communities, Metro 417's homes offer oversized windows, in-suite washer and dryer units, island kitchens and the latest high-tech communications wiring. Metro 417, formerly the Subway Terminal Building, was constructed in 1925. For more than 40 years, it served as the downtown terminus for the Pacific Electric Railroad and its historic Red Car line, a transit system, before it was shut down in 1965.

A building that is made out of brick and has a large arched entryway to get in to the doors of it.
A gym that is full of exercise machines and equipment along the area of the room.
A hot tub surrounded by outdoor furniture that is at a pation of a building in the city.
A kitchen that is next to a living room with green and grey couches along with wooden tables.
The inside of a lobby of a hotel that has some large columns in the middle of it.
A rooftop patio that has tables and chairs as well as a fire pit, there are also planters with flowers in them.
Indoor room with a couch and a table , wood furnished with good ambience lighting , wall painted beautifully

Amenities

Historic adaptive reuse community

Airy, light-filled homes in the heart of DTLA

Rooftop terrace with grills and spa

24-hour front desk

Social lounge

Fitness center

Sustainability

Ratings and Certifications

The Location

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417 S Hill St
Los Angeles, CA 90013-1269
United States of America