Now given a vigorous new life, The Ford Factory establishes a benchmark of high quality adaptive reuse in Los Angeles. While preserving the authentic character of its early 20th century architecture, the former Ford Motor Company facility is ideal for today’s creative and knowledge-sharing companies. The building is equipped with state-of-the-art systems, expansive windows on each floor that maximize access to daylight and floorplates up to 88,000 contiguous square feet that allow for an open landscape where connection and collaboration flourish.


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An adjacent parking structure fits the context of the neighborhood while providing safe, convenient parking for 600 vehicles.

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Expansive ground floor windows allow passersby to see inside, inviting pedestrians to visit the shops and other retail venues within.

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The artfully landscaped Paseo offers 15,000 square feet of outdoor space where people gather to collaborate or socialize.

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The Building


777 Santa Fe Avenue

Building Size:

254,000 RSF

Total Land:

173,804 SF

Year Built:

1912, 1923, 1988, 1996


2 – 5

Parking Ratio:

3 per 1,000 SF


Dock High Loading and Ground Level

Assembly line floor. - photography by Randy Howard Photos -

Site Plan

Aerial of Downtown Los Angeles and the Arts District

Floor Plans

Rollover a floor and select to see the floor plan. Square footages are approximate.



Tower - Floor 1
Tower Floor 1
19,300 RSF