Richard Neutra's offices in Silver Lake for rent

neutra-offices-curbed.jpgDion Neutra has put his father's old Glendale Boulevard offices up for sale before. Now he's listing them for lease on Craigslist as "a pristine example of the commercial work of a seminal architect of the Modernist movement" and as "the only surviving uncompromised example of Neutra commercial design." Richard Neutra designed the space in 1950, says Curbed LA. "The Nationally Registered building--previously listed for sale with an asking price of $3.5 million--features original built-ins and interior detailing such as custom strip lighting, acoustic tiles, exposed ducts, operable louvers, and blue Aklo glass. Monthly rent for the 2,400 square foot space is $7,200."

Photo: Craigslist ad

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