Stemming from the roaring 1920s, 950 6th Avenue's history began when the building was initially Samuel Fox's Lion Clothing Company. Designed by noted architect William Templeton Johnson who helped shape San Diego during the early 20th century. The reinforced concrete and steel exterior are typical Spanish revival architectural styles with gargoyles and detailed features on the facade, including cast iron decorative grilles, terracotta sculpted spires between the 3rd and 4th floors, and decorative stencilled frescos on the eaves overhanging the vertical walls from the roof. Residence 432 welcomes you into a grand foyer that leads to a glamorous space featuring soaring ceilings, expansive windows, and a vast, airy layout. The primary suite includes a large ensuite, ample walk-in closet, and plenty of space for an additional lounging area. The cooks' kitchen is the focal point- ideal for entertaining. While the exterior of the building retains many of the original details of this historical era, it sports some modern-day amenities, such as a rooftop patio with a grilling station offering dramatic views of downtown San Diego. Note the Mills Act is in place. This is a historic designation that considerably reduces property taxes which in turn offsets the monthly assessment. The property is also zoned as a live-work space. 3 designated garage parking spaces and a private storage area are included.