A Glorious Live/Work Pad in a Former L.A. Church Just Listed for $3.25M

By Jennifer Baum Lagdameo

The Ruby Street is an eclectic example of adaptive reuse in Highland Park, Los Angeles.

The Ruby Street is a contemporary live/work/event space located inside a historic 1905 building that has led many past lives—it served as both a civil rights meeting place and a progressive church founded by a female pastor.

In 2016, singer and designer Lourdes Hernandez and her husband, musician and real estate developer Zach Leigh, discovered the church and picked up on its “good bones and potential.” The couple snapped up the nearly 6,000-square-foot space and orchestrated its sparkling metamorphosis.

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