The Landmark Los Angeles is the first residential high-rise to be built west of the 405 Freeway in more than 40 years. The modern 34-story tower features 376 studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments – including 16 affordable units – as well as a 40,000 square foot landscaped park at the corner of Wilshire and Stoner Avenue.
The new shimmering glass-and-steel structure rises 349 feet in height with floor-to-ceiling windows; horizontal balcony planes and glass guardrails are intersected by vertical elements to a rooftop cornice.
Amenities include a Jr. Olympic size pool, a 2,500 square foot state-of-the-art fitness center with an outdoor yoga deck, lobby, and an alfresco lounge with fire pits and an on-site cafe.
The new tower integrates into the modernist grouping in the Brentwood neighborhood while having a distinct, contemporary language. The balconies become the recognizable design feature while allowing the future high-rise residents to take advantage of the moderate coastal climate with ample access to the exterior from all living spaces.
■ 34-story residential tower
■ 376 studio, one- and
■ 40,000 square foot landscaped park
■ Jr. Olympic sized pool and
state-of-the-art fitness center