plaza cordova | koreatown

  |   729 s. st. andrews pl.  los angeles, ca   |   805.622.9603


Like Venice Beach and Grauman’s Chinese Theatre the Plaza Cordova is a building that could only exist in L.A. The formal lobby is ensconced by Moorish lighting and wood carved windows making the Plaza Cordova a vivid reflection of the romance of classic Andalusian architecture.

The individual units boast exposed brick and original hardwood floors. Ever practical, the units have built ins ranging from vanities to kitchen hutches. Track lighting and modern kitchen appliances compliment the units and give them a contemporary touch.

Contact us today to schedule a walk-through of this rare and uncommonly beautiful building.

unit types

studio $1,295-$1,450 CALL FOR AVAILABILITY
one bedroom $1,595-$1,750 CALL FOR AVAILABILITY

  • formal lobby with grand chandelier
  • 3 blocks from Wilshire/Western Metro station
  • 1920’s Spanish Revival architecture
  • exposed brick
  • hardwood floor
  • vintage tile & lighting
  • original porcelain bath tubs

  • stainless steel appliances
  • staltillo tiled kitchens
  • built-in closets/dressers
  • on-site laundry
  • secure gated entry
  • pet friendly
  • central Koreatown location



“As the jewel city of Beau Arts style, LA truly housed the talent of a creative renaissance around the time these units were originally constructed. The history has been preserved by Urban Living while taking action to modernize the apartments with today’s conveniences.” 
Dan Yaussy
“The historic Wilton Place neighborhood represents the long standing history of Los Angeles as a city of many cultures coming together in pursuit of common dreams.”
Samantha Shada
“Living in these beautifully renovated and restored 20s era units makes me feel connected to the heart of Los Angeles in a historic way.”
Samantha Shada
“Close to downtown yet still accessible from the outlying communities, this neighborhood blends urban environment with the charm of a forgotten time. Rarely in LA do you find well maintained, historic building accessible for use in this way.”
Samantha Shada

729 s. st. andrews pl.  los angeles, ca  |  805.622.9603