The Foundry is located in a Vernon-Adjacent neighborhood, just 4 miles south of the Downtown LA Arts District. Close to key westside and DTLA locations, it’s an excellent alternative to higher-priced areas without a major commute.
The Foundry is 1000 feet from the Metro Blue Line, and only 4 stops from Downtown Los Angeles. The Blue Line also connects to the LA Convention Center, Staples Center, LA Live, Union Station, Long Beach, as well as the Red, Purple, and Expo Lines.
Once a cement pipe storage yard, the Augustus F. Hawkins Natural Park provides open space serenity just steps from The Foundry. This 8.5-acre natural park fulfills a dream of returning nature to the urban landscape of LA.
The City of Vernon is an industrial city of 5.2 square miles located several miles to the southeast of Downtown Los Angeles in Southern California. Vernon currently houses more than 1,800 businesses that employ approximately 55,000 people, serving as a vital economic engine in the region. Offering an environment uniquely friendly to business. Vernon is the home to industries including food and agriculture, apparel, steel, plastics, logistics and home furnishings.
Slauson Station is an elevated light rail station on the LA County Metro Blue Line. It consists of an island platform on the elevated Blue Line right-of-way over Slauson Avenue in the unincorporated community of Florence. The Slauson station was built on the site of a major junction of the Pacific Electric Railway’s Southern Division, where the Whittier, Fullerton and La Habra lines split off from the Long Beach, San Pedro and Balboa lines. Historically it was called Slauson Junction, but today it’s a point of access to Downtown LA and Long Beach.