Mercury Lofts In Los Angeles
Quietly resting in Koreatown, The Mercury is home to on-site restaurants, concierge services and an exclusive resident-only, rooftop getaway called ’23.’ Equipped with a resort-style pool and spa, reflection area with fire pit, fitness center, and breathtaking view, The Mercury is your slice of serenity – and Koreatown’s newest luxury.
The Mercury is a flawless refinement of a pinnacle of mid-century modern architecture – The Getty Oil Company building built at the intersection of Wilshire and Western. Standing 23 stories tall, The Mercury immaculately compliments a landmark building with stylish urban interiors, extravagantly transforming it into a state-of-the-art residential high-rise. An unprecedented, attention-to-detail creation nestled in the heart of everything that’s happening in and around LA.
Without ever leaving, you can enjoy one of the fabulous on-site restaurants, or quench your palette at either The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf or Jamba Juice. It’s all right there, just downstairs.
Located directly across the street from the Wiltern Theatre and just steps away from the Metro Red Line. At the intersection of Wilshire and Western, The Mercury is perfectly surround by LA – the pulse of city living, right smack at the center of it all. It’s a chip shot from Beverly Hills. A hop, skip to Downtown. A short trek to the beach. An elevator ride to Koreatown.
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Renovated theaters. Delightful indoor driving ranges. Trendy Boutiques. World-class shopping. The Mercury isn’t the only one having a makeover. Home to a vibrant arts community, Koreatown is filled full of eclectic dining options, fabulous nightclubs and lively lounges.
The Mercury’s neighborhood includes the Wiltern Theatre (featuring live performances by internationally recognized artists), Koreatown Plaza, Aroma Resort & Spa (336,000-square-foot center with spa, fitness, shopping, driving range and dining), historic Chapman Market, and Koreatown Cultural Center. Fine neighborhood restaurants include M Grill, Opus, Chan Dara and Orchid. Favored Koreatown nightclubs and bars include Blink, Le Privé and Zip. Ralphs grocery and Rite Aid are nearby.
Across the street from The Mercury, the Metro Red Line subway station connects to Pasadena, Long Beach, Hollywood, Universal City, and many downtown destinations including Staples Center, and the Walt Disney Concert Hall.
It’s a blossoming, contemporary community tailored for blossoming, contemporary people. This is the new Koreatown. It’s Koreatown’s turn in the bright direction.