Hiding in the concrete jungle of downtown Los Angeles is the natural oasis of Millwick. This hub for green energy and a fresh environment is a beautiful location for a variety of events. Thriving trees and wild shrubbery enrich this loft location to be the perfect crossover of urban wilderness.
Millwick is a wonderful wedding site for garden ceremonies and receptions as it can host up to 175 guests. It’s floor plan stretches 7,000 square feet (4,500 sq ft interior + 3,000 sq ft garden courtyard). The main spaces in the loft are the grand hall, the lounge, and the courtyard. Each area can be manipulated to fit the event’s desired arrangement. Overall, it is an intimate venue that masters a modern garden atmosphere.
This venue’s incorporation of nature isn’t just a look, the building is also environmentally friendly. Since its renovation from an old livery and cold storage warehouse, the redesign has reduced the original building’s footprint by 25%. Systematically placed doors and skylights provide natural lighting portals, as well as cooling and heating passageways that minimize energy usage throughout the year.
Some of the best hotels of Los Angeles are right around the corner, making them conveniently located for anyone on the guest list. Another perk is the professional on-site management that's available to ensure that every event goes off without a hitch.
This lovely loft houses an earthy setting that is bright, rustic, and one-of-a-kind. Millwick will bring out the natural beauty of any event.
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