The 2,916 square foot Mixed Use 2 story Building built in 1932 is zoned C2 and part of the Southeast LA Community Plan. Southeast Los Angeles has a wealth of opportunities for resurgence and revitalization. The property is in the HUBZone Program and the State Enterprise Zone. The building has a rich history, including (buyer to verify): a beer parlor/dance hall, restaurant, bakery, sporting goods store, Church, and now operates as the Little Portion Social Center. The community center hosts free classes, spoken word events, open mics, workshops, meetings, benefits, art exhibits, after-school programs, events, theatrical performances, maker spaces and library services. The current owner has upgraded the building including adding quality HVAC, a small apartment off the courtyard, built out the 2nd floor with separate entrance and 2 studios, an office, with a kitchen and bathroom.