LA Downtown Llewellyn

Where Chinatown meets Mission Junction, One Lux Stay LA Downtown Llewellyn for rent near Downtown Los Angeles welcomes you home with a city block of brand-new, spacious two-bedroom, one-bedroom, and studio apartment residences for 30 days minimum stay. Across the street from the Los Angeles State Historic Park, a vibrant neighborhood has emerged, already home to a number of creative companies and superb food and drink establishments. Two blocks from the Chinatown Metro Gold Line.

The Spaces
Llewellyn offers flexible two-bedroom, one-bedroom, and studio apartments in Los Angeles, CA. Fifteen special ground-floor units, some with two levels, feature storefront glass and separate, private entrances for 30 days minimum stay.

Residents can enjoy Southern California indoor/outdoor living on three landscaped courtyards; two rooftop decks with cabanas, mountain, cityscape, and Dodger Stadium views; a heated pool and whirlpool spa; and entertaining spaces with flatscreen TVs, barbecues, firepits, and well-equipped kitchens.

The Grandview:
Enjoy the best, modern interiors Los Angeles has to offer with features like ceiling speakers with Bluetooth technology, app-based control of home lighting, appliances, and air conditioning, and jacuzzi tubs and rain showers in bathrooms. Each apartment is styled and crafted with the latest technology and newest appliances. Gather with friends to bake a pizza at the outdoor Sky Bistro, take a swim in the heated Sky Pool and Jacuzzi, or work a sweat at the Sky Gym. At HWH, everything is at your fingertips.

The Co-Lab:
The 1,700-sf double-height Co-Lab provides ample sunlit space for work and meetings, including a large conference room and two smaller meeting rooms, individual workstations, Samsung flatscreen displays, and a kitchen with coffeemaker.

The Fitness Center:
The sunny double-height fitness center offers the latest Matrix strength and cardio equipment, Olympic free weights, TRX double-suspension bay, an outdoor workout space with immediate access to the park, and much more.

Guest ‘access all areas:

Llewellyn’s pet-friendly apartments in Los Angeles with a pool and a gym offer residents a host of enviable amenities including:

  • 24 Hour Maintenance
  • Barbeque
  • Bicycle Storage
  • Clean Steel Appliances including Dishwasher
  • Controlled Access
  • Courtesy Patrol
  • Custom Barn Doors
  • Disabled Access
  • Doorman
  • Future Retailers
  • Guest Suite
  • Gym
  • Hard Surface Flooring
  • Hot Tub
  • In Home Washer/Dryer
  • Keyless Entry
  • Library
  • Library (Rooms)
  • Multi Lingual Staff
  • Online Maintenance Portal
  • Online Rent Payment
  • On-site Management
  • Package Lockers
  • Pet Area
  • Pet Park
  • Pet Wash
  • Pet Washing Station
  • Pool & Jacuzzi
  • Resident Lounge
  • Rooftop Deck
  • Shuffleboard Court
  • Sky Lounge
  • Stainless steel appliances
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi Lounge
  • Yoga Studio

Explore All of DTLA:

Bunker Hill
A mix of soaring skyscrapers and internationally known cultural institutions, Bunker Hill is also home to many desirable residential properties. While bustling with office workers on weekdays, the success of The Broad and adjacent culinary destinations has ushered in a diverse population, altering perceptions and activating the area on evenings and weekends as well.

Chinatown
Chinatown has a strong heritage as the commercial center for Chinese and other Asian businesses that dates back to the early 20th century. Today it’s undergoing a transformation, with new residential projects, such as Blossom Plaza and LA Plaza Cultura Village, bringing hundreds of new residents to the area, and the long-awaited reopening of LA State Historic Park. The neighborhood also has a significant amount of industrial and warehouse space being converted to office use for creative companies.

Financial District
Dense, diverse, and dynamic, the Financial District is the heart of DTLA. Sitting at the center of the regional Metro rail system and possessing a numerous selection of restaurants, libations, and shopping options, it is the epitome of pleasure and convenience. The area is home to major retailers like Target, Macy’s and Whole Foods, great hotels like the NoMad, Sheraton, and InterContinental, and authentic attractions like Pershing Square and the adjacent Jewelry District.

Grand Central Market
Iconic food court in the middle of downtown. Grand Central Market’s mission is to celebrate the cuisines and cultures of Los Angeles, and to preserve the legacy of a historic downtown landmark, to gather the city’s many communities around a shared table, and to nurture the next generation of local businesses. The Market provides Los Angeles with a national-caliber eating experience that showcases California’s best ingredients, chefs, and entrepreneurs.

Historic Core
With its collection of classic buildings adapted for both office and residential use, this neighborhood boasts many of the things that originally put Los Angeles on the world stage – ornate movie palaces, showcase architecture, and the bustling Broadway corridor. The Historic Core is also where visitors can experience DTLA’s contemporary reputation as a one-of-a-kind food, arts, and shopping destination, with monthly events like Downtown Art Walk and Shop Walk and a popular weekly farmers market drawing crowds to the district throughout the week.

Little Tokyo
Little Tokyo has a rich history dating to its roots as a magnet for immigrating Japanese at the turn of the 20th Century. Today it is one of Downtown’s most walkable areas, with a lively retail scene that harmoniously balances old and new, hip and traditional, as well as popular cultural institutions such as the Japanese American National Museum and the Geffen Contemporary. A recent boom of high-quality residential properties and revitalized commercial buildings are driving more newcomers to the district than ever before.

Pershing Square
Pershing Square is a bright revitalized downtown-square public park in Downtown Los Angeles. The park is somewhat popular attractive landscaping mixture of desert plants, and abstract art shapes.

South Park
What was once a sea of surface parking lots and non-descript warehouses is now a booming residential and entertainment district. Home to some of the County’s biggest visitor attractions L.A. LIVE, STAPLES Center, and Los Angeles Convention Center, over 6,000 Downtowners call South Park home, with many more to come due to the largest concentration of residential development in this neighborhood. In addition to the burgeoning residential community, South Park is home to a growing number of hotels, companies, restaurants, coffee shops, and other appealing amenities.

Vista Hermosa Natural Park, Mountains Recreation & Conservation Authority
Located at the western gateway to Downtown Los Angeles, 10.5-acre Vista Hermosa Park is an urban natural park developed by the MRCA that boldly returns the serenity and diversity of nature the Los Angeles urban core. Operated in collaboration with the Los Angeles Unified School District and the City of Los Angeles, Vista Hermosa Natural Park is a popular destination for residents of this densely populated neighborhood. The park features walking trails, streams, meadows, oak savannahs, picnic grounds, and a nature-themed playground amidst native Mediterranean vegetation. A FIFA-regulation soccer field is jointly used by the adjacent Edward R. Roybal Learning Center and the L.A. Department of Recreation and Parks.

Guest interaction:

Guest satisfaction is very important to us. Our friendly staff are ready to assist our guests every step of the way – from booking to check out. Our customer service representatives are on standby 24/7 via phone, chat and/or email to answer your questions and assist with inquiries. Please note that we will try our best to accommodate all Special Requests, but they are subject to availability and additional charges may apply.

Neighborhood Overview:

WHERE CHINATOWN MEETS MISSION JUNCTION
Chinatown celebrates a convergence of cultures and integrates old and new. Across from the LA State Historic Park, Llewellyn is an apartment building near Downtown Los Angeles, California within walking distance of some of the best dining, drinking, coffee, and ice cream in Los Angeles—and convenient grocery shopping right across the Street. Grab your bicycle and ride north along the Los Angeles River to meet the LA River Bike Path near Griffith Park. Enjoy this unique neighborhood and its singular appeal.