First time on the market in decades, The Huron Substation (Los Angeles Historic Cultural Monument #404) is an incredibly rare piece of Los Angeles railway history that has been passionately restored by the current owner over a 15 year period. The rustic structure features 45-foot-high ceilings with beautiful wooden beams, arched windows, original brickwork, and 12-foot-high rear doors. This rare property is one of five different designs for the original Yellow Car substations, only a handful still remain. The property has recently benefited from a multitude of uses including countless major film shoots and productions, weddings, and other special events, and as such, has potential for a stand alone income property. The Substation has a Mills Act contract and benefits from low annual property taxes. The 3942 Sq. Ft. Historic Substation sits on a 6500 Sq. Ft. lot and also presents a possible value add development opportunity for a total of 19,500 Sq. Ft. per current general commercial use code. Buyer to verify.
Cancelled $3,250,000
  • 3942 Sqft
  • 6500 Lot
Benjamin Kahle
Benjamin Kahle
Mobile (310) 779-4578
Office (310) 275-1000
CalDRE 01951554
Sean Vandygriff
Sean Vandygriff
Director of Business Development
Mobile (310) 990-0793
CalDRE 01892806
Bill Derrick
Bill Derrick
La Cañada / Sierra Madre Office Manager
Mobile (626) 833-8626
Office (626) 355-2384
Alt. Office (818) 790-1183
CalDRE 00948905

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2640 Huron Street is a commercial property located in Los Angeles, CA. This property sits on a 6500 sqft lot, is 3942 sqft.