Windsor Apartments

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The six-story 1920s-era apartment building Windsor Apartments at 3198 West 7th St. and an adjacent parking lot zoned for development sold for $10.75 million to a limited liability corporation. Selling the property was La Senda Properties. The head of the corporation that bought it is Alireza Ghafouri, according to real estate data provider CoStar Group.

The Windsor was built in 1926 at 7th and Catalina streets as an upscale apartment hotel in what was then suburban Los Angeles.

The former Windsor restaurant in the apartment building is now a Korean restaurant called the Prince that has retained the Windsor’s formal red leather and low-light decor. It has been used for filming the television show “Mad Men” and other period pieces.

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