David Lovejoy

Creator of Broadway Arts Tower's Installations


Built in 1928, Broadway Arts Tower is a reinterpretation of the Schulte United Department Store as the Creative Central for the Historic Broadway Theatre District. Shulte United was a Woolworth’s style department store complete with a 125 seat cafeteria counter. The main entrance is on Lindley Place, between Broadway and Hill Street, and leads to the lobby with the original grand staircase with bronze inlays and brass handrails. Lindley Place is in close proximity to parking and the Pershing Square Metro connecting to the Red & Purple lines. Features include natural lighting with multiple skylights, a glass enclosed light tunnel that goes through each floor, and 20’ – 40’ ceilings. The original details, brickwork, and hardwood floors have been preserved within the contemporary design.

Restored Historical Property

20'-40' Ceilings, Original grand staircase with bronze inlays and brass handrails, Original brickwork and hardwood floors

Direct Access

Elevator runs from Lindley Place to creative office interior


Next to Metro's Red & Purple lines. Walk to Grand Central Market for lunch or stop by one of the Farmer's Markets.

Floor Plans

View Availability Loopnet

Featured Creatives and Artwork

Atelier Management

Atelier Management is an artist agency with offices in both Los Angeles and New York specializing in fashion and commercial work. Atelier Management represents photographers, stylists, hair stylists, make-up artists, set designers, art directors, and houses a full production team.

Neighborhood Walking Guide