The plan created “wildly varied units” with an average size of 1,500 square feet, each with a different floor plan. The structure itself is asymmetrical, with level changes, balconies, exterior stairs, towers and shade from overhangs and awnings.
Access to each unit is through a courtyard and there are no interior shared corridors. The style is Mediterranean, with a nod to Southern California’s Spanish missions, with thick white stucco exterior walls, red barrel tile roofing, cast iron railings, paver tile flooring in the courtyard and fountains.
With its village feel, the upscale community fits right into its historic neighborhood, looking as if it had been there all through Hollywood’s golden age. It was leased up in four months, even though the rents are well above the area median. And, the developer says, it recently was appraised at “the highest dollars per unit of any apartment building in Los Angeles County."
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