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North Broadway, Downtown - The Retro Station

Los Angeles

2,500 sqft


Bar & Restaurant


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A Little About This Space

Located in Los Angeles’ iconic Chinatown and downtown area, this one-story space has an open lawn and retro gas-station appearance. Featuring an indoor space that is airy and industrial, and a flat outdoor space attracting plenty of natural light, this crafty, counter-culture shop is ready to show off its versatile capabilities for as little or as long as you like.


With the vibrant neon lights of Chinatown Central Plaza, the art galleries of Chung King Road and pagoda-style architecture with streets filled with festive lanterns, this Chinatown is one of the most recognizable in the world. Down the street, you’ll find a multitude of traditional Chinese restaurants and local pubs, as well as trendy neighborhoods like the Arts District and the always buzzing Downtown L.A only minutes away by foot. Expect to see a varied range of people, from young hipster artists to suit and tie business professionals; this area is no different than Los Angeles as a whole; a melting pot of diversity.


This space sits alongside a string of shops including a Vietnamese restaurant, Pho 87. Shops and restaurants surround royal Pagoda Motel across the street, and it's within walking distance of Chinatown Central Plaza - for an authentic pedestrian mall experience. Directly next door is Human Resources which hosts live performances and art installations. A short walk away is the Coagula Curatorial art gallery that houses contemporary art from emerging artists. Other iconic must-sees that are either walking distance or a short taxi ride away are Los Angeles State Historical Park, Union Station, and the Chinese American Museum.


  • Lighting
  • Shelves
  • Counters
  • Heating
  • Toilets
  • Stock room
  • Parking

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Home Truths

This is an unusual space that has a lot of potential, but needs a little imagination.