Facts at a Glance

Located at 2650 East Olympic Blvd. South of the freeways and East of the LA River, the Mail Order District includes seven distinct properties on 25 acres, Phase One of the Mail Order District will feature 1,030 live-work lofts, 201k sf of creative office, a 3 acre rooftop with amenities, as well as 100k sf of retail consisting of marketplace, specialty dining, event space and more. Phase Two of the development includes an additional 1,300 live/work lofts, a 120-key hotel and 90k sf of retail.

25 Acres
in DTLA
7 SPECTACULAR
PROPERTIES
600K SF OF RETAIL
AND OFFICE SPACE
2,330
ONE-OF-A-KIND
RESIDENCES
3 Acre Rooftop with
Breathtaking Views
Acres of
Dynamic Parks
Type Quantity Mix %
Phase One
Studio 213 20.7%
1 BR Lofts 469 45.5%
2 BR Lofts 320 31.1%
3 BR Lofts 26 2.5%
4 BR Lofts 2 0.2%
Total 1,030 100%
Type Quantity % Mix
Phase One
Department Store 200k sf 36%
The Boiler (dining) 10k sf 2%
Food Hall (retail) 110k sf 21%
The WorkSpace (creative office) 201k sf 38%
The Tower (event space) 15k sf 3%
TOTAL 675k sf 100%
Phase One
Project Location Type Use
Sears Building Olympic + Boyle Adaptive Reuse
  • 1,030 Lofts
  • 201k sf Creative Office
  • 110k sf Retail + Food Hall
  • 200k sf Department Store
  • 3 acres Rooftop Amenities
  • 15k sf Event Space
  • 10k sf Speciality Dining
  • 1,500+ Parking
The Station Northeast Corner Railway-themed Retail
  • 6 Railcar Retail Spaces
  • 5k sf Platforms & Kiosks
The Heights Rooftop Adaptive Reuse
  • 130k sf Residential/Office Amenities
  • Spa and Olympic Sized Swimming Pool
  • Relaxation Spaces
  • Gym
  • Library
The Square Exterior Shopping
  • Recreation Lawn
  • Gathering Plaza
  • Paseo Walkways
  • Movie Nights
Phase Two
Supply House Soto + 12th New Construction
  • 250 Lofts
  • 27k sf Retail
Number 12 12th + Rio Vista New Construction
  • 450 Lofts
  • 35k sf Retail
  • 2,000+ Parking
Annex Hotel Rio Vista + Olympic New Construction
  • 120 Keys
Rio Vista
  • 28k sf Retail

A History of Determination

A stronghold in the pioneering efforts of an expanding economy, the Sears Mail Order Building, built in 1926, put a defining stamp on the legacy of American consumerism. Today, the Mail Order District honors the property’s history as one of the nation’s most significant fulfillment facilities for the massive Sears Catalog.

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