High-rise residential condominiums in downtown Los Angeles that were converted from 1980s-era office space.
228 for-sale residential condominiums
12,500 square feet of retail space
300-vehicle public garage
Local Population Density
27,800 people/square mile
Invested in the redevelopment/adaptive re-use project through a joint venture with Forest City Residential West, TMG Partners and RAD Management.
Converted a vacant, 37-story office tower in downtown Los Angeles to residential condominiums, with retail/commercial space on the ground floor and mezzanine level.
Tower was built in 1986, but never occupied for office use. Floor plates and ceiling heights were well suited for residential use.
Building’s novel design — a 21-story, triangular glass tower atop a 16-story, rectangular parking structure — provides unobstructed views of the Pacific Ocean, the Hollywood Hills and the Los Angeles skyline.
Joint venture partners also funded the development of 36 residential units for low-income residents at a nearby location.
Walk Score: 95 | Transit Score: 100 | Bike Score: 51