Welcome home to the iconic Insurance Exchange lofts! This building in the heart of The Promenade of Downtown Long Beach is one of the city's most unique and stunning examples of adaptive reuse architecture. Built in 1925 it was originally known as the Middough Building, then in 1931 became known the Insurance Exchange Building. The unique architecture of this building and the clever rehab makes each unit a corner unit with an expanse of original brick, soaring ceilings and two walls of windows. The open concept kitchen with a massive kitchen island is outfitted with stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and walnut hued custom cabinetry. Large sash north and west facing windows flood the space with light and a spacious closet provides generous storage. A deep soaking jacuzzi tub and rain head shower, dual vanity and a separate guest powder room makes this loft as comfortable as it is architecturally stunning. Central air conditioning and heat, secured entrance lobby, parking, a separate large private storage room adjacent to the unit and key fob entrance provides security and convenience. Registered as a historic building, it takes advantage of the Mills Act, a significant savings in property taxes for designated historically recognized buildings.