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Upscale Apartments Set for Brentwood

The ritzy Brentwood neighborhood is about to get more luxury housing. Upcoming entry the Respara is expected to open this fall with rents roughly two and half times higher than the county average. It will also have high-end amenities and services rivaling that of an upscale hotel.

Leasing for the property’s 54 residences, at the corner of Dunstan Way and Barrington Avenue, has already begun.
The property has one-, two- and three-bedroom residences starting at $6,600. That’s significantly more than the $2,627 average rate seen in L.A. County during the first quarter, according to data from CBRE Group Inc. The average rent in Brentwood, however, was much higher, at $3,498 a unit, according to CBRE.

The Respara is surrounded by 400 acres of green space. Other features include a lounge, fitness center, pool, 70-foot interior courtyard and a treatment room offering facials, massages and IV drip therapy.

The units will also have access to a “Resident Ambassador” team that will act like a concierge, helping with deliveries, arranging dining reservations, car-detailing services, dry cleaning and housekeeping. Residents at Respara will also benefit from partnerships such as a delivery from Pressed Juicery, fitness programs from Royal Personal Trainers in Beverly Hills and medical concierge services from Sollis Health.

The project is being developed by Hugh Evans III and Chris Liebes. Management company Align Residential, based in San Francisco, is handling the leasing and operations of the project.

“Respara is bringing an entirely new caliber of living to the Westside of Los Angeles, offering a healthy balance of serenity coupled with the vibrancy of the surrounding coastal cities. Residents can expect a one-of-a-kind living experience that feels like the comfort of home, the adventure of a vacation, and the warmth of exceptional hospitality,” Evans said in a statement.

Paola Mendez
Paola Mendez
Paola Mendez graduated from Los Angeles Valley College, then transferred to University of California, and now serves as a Receptionist and Office Assistant to the Los Angeles Business Journal. Paola wears many hats in different departments and is trilingual in English, Spanish and French.
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