Actor Vincent Gallo lists L.A. penthouse
The four-level downtown L.A. loft, which features outdoor and rooftop living areas that include a movie theater, has floating-style staircases, inch-thick maple floors and an in-unit elevator. It is listed at $2.6 million.
The actor's open-plan penthouse has four levels connected by floating stairways and an in-unit elevator. (Jeffrey Ong)
Once leased to actor Nicolas Cage, the four-level loft has an open floor plan, exposed brick walls, floating-style staircases, inch-thick maple floors and an in-unit elevator. There are two bedrooms and 21/2 bathrooms in the 4,300-square-foot space. Three outdoor and rooftop living areas, including a movie theater, have city views and add 3,100 square feet of space.
The penthouse sits atop what was once the West Coast headquarters of the National Biscuit Co. The seven-story factory was built in 1925. Linear City renovated of the former Nabisco Bakery in 2007 into 104 live-work lofts. The complex is a Los Angeles Historical-Cultural Monument, which allows for reduced property taxes under the Mills Act. Building amenities include a 24-hour doorman, a 75-foot-long saline swimming pool and a gym.
Gallo, 50, is also a singer and songwriter. He starred in such independent films as "Essential Killing" (2010) and "Tetro" (2009) and will star in the upcoming movie "The Legend of Kaspar Hauser."
Public records show Gallo bought the property in 2009 for $2.34 million.
Frank Bruno of Keller Williams Realty in the Hollywood Hills is the listing agent.