Well we do have earthquakes in Los Angeles..no doubt about that. All new construction must be up to code for earthquake safety. If you are concerned about the safety of the building and what safeguards have been put in place that would be a question for your agent. You may also inquire at Department of building and safety, but I personally would not be concerned. It's the older buildings that are an issue in an earthquake.
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If the building is going to fall and you are on the 10th or 20th floor would probably not make much of a difference. You will still have a lot of people in the way on the steps slowing you down from leaving quickly.
If you want a quick out if an earthquake happens look for the absolute bottom floor. If you want a great view look for the absolute top floor. This is a simple case of making a choice knowing the advantages and disadvantages associated with each choice then choosing what you want most.
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Are you talking about the Sky Lofts on Grand. If so, please call me for financing, as I have the only investor in the country that will do a loan there due to the 50 percent commercial aspect.
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As far as value, if being on a higher floor has a better view and more value than that is where you should be. First for your own useage and enjoyment and second for future resale value. If you buy down low, it maybe cheaper, but in teh future will still be cheaper than those above you.