The Historical Willmore Building in downtown Long Beach offers city living in an elegant fashion. The building is also the home of La Traviata, an exceptional restaurant. This particular unit is arguably the best location for studios, being on the 10th(top) floor and also in a spot where you get less foot traffic past your door. The views are remarkable, to the east but also catching peek-a-boo views of the ocean and mountains. You get the morning sun and the least amount of street noise as well as less building noise. The building has a gorgeous lobby with terrazzo floors and a skylight, as well as beautiful common areas with the Solarium at the top of the building and the rooftop sun deck. The building boasts the underground garage (wait list basis for additional $, but homeowners taking preference) and a large laundry room. The unit is in semi original condition but with new carpet just installed and fresh paint. The kitchen includes the vintage cabinets and newer stove and fridge along with microwave built in. The configuration of the unit is original with all the closets still in tact, including the murphy bed closet (minus the bed) but with a phone jack. The hallway alone has 2 closets, the old milk closet and hat closet. The bathroom has the original hexagon tile floors and newer subway tile on walls. The original dressing room still has the vanity cabinets. Listed by Mark Johnson, Coldwell Banker Coast Alliance.