The Great Hall

440 Seaton is an urban warehouse venue available for an array of events, weddings, parties, concerts, film and commercial productions and large-scale exhibitions. It offers a unique, rustic, eclectic charm in the heart of the Arts District in Downtown, Los Angeles. A growing artistic and cultured community surrounds it.

This grand, 100 year old, urban interior space consists of a Cathedral like atrium, with soaring 50 ft. high ceilings, exposed brick walls, wooden beams, concrete and wooden floors and skylights. With 10,000 sq. ft., the Great Hall is very spacious, which can accommodate up to 1,700 standing guests, 1,400-chair seating and a 600 table seating capacity. This unique space offers endless opportunities in the creative ways you can turn this space into a special and memorable event for both you and your guests! It provides a canvas for your creativity, ability to transform it into a new environment with the raw warehouse space as a backdrop.


440 Seaton was built in 1913, using brick, steel, redwood and concrete. The Great Hall was originally used as an indoor lumberyard for a furniture manufacturing company. Much of the original structure and details have been preserved including the exposed brick walls, saw tooth roof, concrete and wood flooring and a working freight elevator. The rooftop provides a view/ backdrop of the Downtown skyline and a 15,000 sq. ft. fenced in parking lot that is available for convenient use.