“The Oxnard Art Lofts are a cool place to work and a cool place to live,” said Dave O. White, Jr., the loft’s builder and broker. “They provide freedom for established small business owners because the lease is with the business, rather than an individual, so it can be written off as a business expense. This is a huge savings for business owners.”
The innovative project was formerly an obsolete warehouse that has been repurposed into the professional and industrial live/work office spaces. The 18-unit community fluidly combines industrial, professional office and residential amenities. Each unit is designed to have the professional and industrial work space on the lower level and living area as the upper loft.
White reversed the classic live/work townhouse unit having a large living area and a small working area. Prioritizing a large work area enables business owners to adapt the space to meet the individual needs of their company.
This new community was designed to accommodate a wide range of businesses, from an accounting professional or a graphic design artist to a culinary arts business. With the limited manufacturing zoning, non-caustic industrial businesses can lease the space. A business license is required to occupy the unit.
Units come with a single-car garage, two bathrooms, laundry room, air conditioning and wiring for high-speed Internet connection. Units range from 978 to 1,615 square feet.
For more information, visit www.OxnardArtLofts.com.
The Oxnard Art Lofts were designed and built by Dave White, who is the broker for the lofts. White has had a varied and productive career in the commercial general contracting industry as a construction project manager in California, Nevada and Georgia and has been involved in building more than 31 construction projects. For more information, about Oxnard Art Lofts or other projects represented by Dave White, contact him at 805-479-4305 or DavewhiteJr@