New-Construction, For-Sale Housing Opportunity to the Downtown Los Angeles with Adaptive Reuse Lofts Priced from $400K

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The only new-construction, for-sale housing opportunity in Downtown Los Angeles came on the market Jan. 11.

68 adaptive reuse lofts that will add an additional 72,599 square-feet to the existing 242 live/work lofts in the neighboring building that was completed in 2007.

Affordably priced from $400,000, the one- and two-story lofts are housed in a reinvented and restored early 20th-century Furniture factory and warehouse.  Preserving the building’s original details including exposed brick, heavy timber beams and columns, wood and concrete floors. One-story lofts range in size from 679 to 2,000+ square-feet while two-story lofts range from 1,134 to 1,300+ square-feet. Construction is nearly finished and set to go on the real estate market.

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Sales began during the grand opening weekend on Saturday, Jan. 11 and Sunday, Jan. 12 where there was seasonal hors d’oeuvres, craft beer and wine, music, valet parking, tours of the property and lenders on-site. These lofts are in the process of procuring its final FNMA approval and loans with as little as five percent down will be available for qualified buyers.

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Existing amenities include a resort-style rooftop deck with pool, spa, private cabanas, sunning lounge, sitting and gathering areas, outdoor fireplace and privacy landscaping that overlooks the city skyline, a fitness center with state-of-the-art equipment, onsite, controlled parking, a formal reception lobby with secured access and 24/7 security.

Jan 16‚ÄúWhat we have been able to achieve by preserving the historic elements and fine craftsmanship of this landmark building‚ÄĒand integrating those virtues with modern comforts and conveniences‚ÄĒoffers outstanding and lasting value for prospective homeowners,‚ÄĚ said the developers. ‚ÄúWe are committed to creating sustainable, well-designed, and thoughtful places to live and work, and this is a project of which we are exceptionally proud. In this second and final phase of this loft project, buyers will experience the inimitable and authentic spirit and character of the building‚Äôs vintage past, as well as innovative amenities that exceed any other residential offering in downtown Los Angeles.‚ÄĚ

164137_kitchenSelect residences will include oversized windows, private patios and balconies, two-story open floor plans, spacious closets and ceiling heights up to 18 feet. All lofts have interior details such as quartz kitchen countertops with custom wood cabinetry and Jenn-Air stainless steel appliance packages with gas ranges. Spacious bathrooms include oversized soaking tubs with ceramic tile walls, flooring and vanity lighting.

The lofts also incorporate new technology features like the convenience of Nest programmable thermostats and charging stations with USB ports. In reclaiming, renovating and repurposing this historic building, The developers are preserving elements of character while delivering the environmentally-friendly benefits of removing fewer raw materials from the Earth. These energy-efficient homes will utilize insulated dual pane windows and Energy Star appliances.

Several new amenities for owners are being added in the final phase including a gallery, a dynamic arts and events space curated by the community that features a versatile social space with handcrafted hanging chairs. Other new additions include a welcoming garden-themed outdoor lounge complete with green canopy, water fountain, fireplace, grills and intimate seating areas for dining and conversation. The open-air courtyard with foliage incorporates unique touches such as hammocks and love seats suspended from rafters and decorative lighting to add charm and style.

For More information on the location and to view this brand new loft building contact our team or complete the form below.

Corey Chambers, REALTOR¬ģ (213) 478-0499 Mobile

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Industrial and Commercial Loft Spaces

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Warehouse and factory conversion, and former office building and other industrial purpose buildings come with amenities that are highly sought after and make a unique and wonderful living space.   Modern repurposed loft spaces is what downtown is all about. Genuine lofts have big open spaces.   When genuine lofts are renovated from industrial buildings they they rough structures with huge areas and floods of lighting and upgrade and include living and commercial lofts with modern amenities.

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2014-01-09 16.11.51 When buyers consider modern or old lofts, they often think of old as being built in the 1990’s, or think modern was built in the last few years. ¬†Genuine lofts have rough walls and ¬†beams, new hardwood or polished concrete flooring, and possess some of the most modern kitchen and bathroom amenities. Many of these genuine lofts have multi-purposes. ¬† Retailers that have used the genuine loft conversions to operate their businesses in, have created multi-million private businesses that help market them in a unique space. 7043_large_vg1thmbGenuine lofts are cool! Cooler than a iPhone 6 gold, but not as cool as a virgin galactic flight purchased with Bitcoin!1883802a The¬†#1 buyer’s agent team in Downtown Los Angeles¬†often gets exclusive access to new construction loft buildings well before other agents and their clients are able to get in.¬† New¬†lofts are coming to Downtown Los Angeles.¬† Take advantage of this rare opportunity by registering for the¬†New Loft Mailing List¬†below:
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DOWNTOWN REAL ESTATE EXPLODES IN 2014! LOS ANGELES LOFTS, CONDOS, APARTMENTS AND COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS

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Downtown Los Angeles is moving towards a historic renovation!

Over the next 12 months, Downtown Los Angeles will be the center  for building openings, groundbreakings to buildings construction and development milestones. In every district, from South Park to the Historic Core to the Arts District and others, area stakeholders will be celebrating the added value to their downtown properties.

Just 10 years ago lofts were islands of sophisticated living surrounded by urban decay, this year it is about to change forever.

New condominiums and New Lofts have been a rare thing in recent years in Downtown, as developers have tended to open their buildings as rentals.  However, plans to begin selling New Loft units begin at end of January.  Many in Downtown are watching the new projects closely, and if the prices go high enough, other under-construction rental buildings could flip to for-sale status.

Below is a list of the most important projects of 2014 that will change Downtown Los Angeles into a great city that it once was, permanently restoring the Downtown to a center that will rival New York, San Francisco, Chicago and other great cities of North America.

The-Broad-Exterior-RenderingThe Broad: Philanthropist Eli Broad’s $140 million art museum may be the most anticipated and important Downtown cultural project since the opening of Walt Disney Concert Hall in 2003.  Rising directly across from Disney Hall, opens in late 2014, though no specific date has been revealed. The striking structure, which will have free admission and 50,000 square feet of exhibition space, and is expected to create a new tourist boom, drawing thousands of local, national and international visitors to Grand Avenue.

Ace HotelAce Hotel: Everyone in Downtown is looking forward to Jan. 6, as that is the day that the uber-hip Ace Hotel will open and expected to instantly be a new anchor for the southern end of Broadway.   The Ace Hotel will join with the recently opened retail arrivals Urban Outfitters and Acne Studios, and provide customers for area restaurants Les Noces du Figaro and Umami Burger.  This project will give new life to the 1927 theater; it will include a 1,600-capacity performance space that will be christened on Valentine’s Day with a show by the English band Spiritualized.

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One Santa FeOne Santa Fe: The Arts District will forever be changed, and will be much more crowded, on the late summer or fall day that the $160 million One Sante Fe opens.  One Santa Fe is a 438-unit project with nearly 80,000 square feet of retail and commercial space to market. The development, just east of SCI-Arc, will also have a 47,0000-square-foot plaza and more than 800 underground parking stalls.  This retail area is set to draw people and create a lively shopping center that will bring national attention.

Wishire Grand ReplacementWilshire Grand Replacement: The replacement for the hotel on the northwest corner of Seventh and Figueroa streets won’t open for years, but on Feb. 15-16 it will be the site of what its developers claim will be the biggest cement pour in history.  For more than 20 hours, 2,100 trucks will pour 21,600 cubic yards of cement into the pit, completing an 18-foot thick foundation. The development team for the $1.1 billion project spent 13 months razing the old edifice and excavating the site in preparation for the tallest building west of the Mississippi. The 900-room, 73-story hotel/office tower being developed by Korean Air, a subsidiary of Hanjin International, is scheduled to be complete in 2016. Local firm AC Martin is Korean Air’s partner on the project.

Grand Avenue Plan:  Grand Avenue project is developed by Related Cos. and designed by architect Frank Gehry, containing two towers and a plaza across the street from the Walt Disney Concert Hall. Early plans call for an approximately 300-room hotel (Related is in talks with boutique chain SLS) and a 380-450 unit residential tower. Meanwhile, Related’s 19-story apartment tower south of The Broad art museum topped out in December; the building will offer 271 apartments and is slated for a late 2014 opening.

Los Angeles State Historic Park: The Downtown Los Angeles State Historic Park will close in mid-February for renovations that will last a full year. The shutdown is necessary because the approximately $20 million plan calls for simultaneous excavation and construction across the property in order to save time and resources. When completed, the 32-acre facility will have restrooms, an amphitheater, parking lots and seasonal wetlands.

1111 Sunset1111 Sunset:  Developer Linear City is wrapping up its conversion of the former Metropolitan Water District headquarters at 1111 Sunset Blvd. and should be ready for move-ins by February. Linear City paid $6.8 million for the seven-story edifice originally built in 1973 and designed by William Pereira. The project will offer 92 apartments ranging from 800-1,000 square feet. Each unit will have a balcony.

Marriott TowerMarriott Tower: The $172 million Marriott Tower in South Park is scheduled to open in July.  It will instantly strengthen Downtown’s tourism scene, with a 174-room Courtyard by Marriott and a 218-room Residence Inn in a 23-story building just north of the Ritz-Carlton/J.W. Marriott.

The Bloc
The Bloc

The Bloc:  In the first quarter of the year, the developer Wayne Ratkovich embarks on a $160 million renovation of Macy’s Plaza. The transformation of the tired shopping center/office/hotel complex fronting Seventh Street in the Financial District is slated for completion in late 2015.  The project will transform the brick fortress into a plaza with 400,000 square feet of retail and commercial space. Plans also call for 750,000 square feet of office space and a $40 million renovation of the Sheraton Hotel.

Jia Apartments: Chinatown is getting a massive mixed-use addition in the form of Jia Apartments. The $92 million, six-story project from developer Equity Residential is set to begin move-ins on Jan. 27, according to Jia’s leasing office. The complex at will offer 280 studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom residences, along with 18,000 square feet of retail. The design by Thomas P. Cox Architects will offer 17-foot-wide sidewalks and a pedestrian plaza. It also will create a major new southern entrance to Chinatown and provide hundreds of customers for area restaurants and businesses.

Eighth and Grand and Whole Foods:  Work has already began on this massive 700-apartment complex.  Construction will rise above street level this year as the developer moves toward its anticipated opening date in 2015.   This project will include a Whole Foods that will be a 42,000-square-foot supermarket. Other high end retail and commercial tenants in the project is expected be announced this year.

950 Third Street:  Development is set on track to break ground this spring on 472 units in three buildings next to the Southern California Institute of Architecture.  Dilip Bhavnani, a managing member of Legendary, said the development on the six-acre site at 950 E. Third St. in the Arts District already has city entitlements and would be comprised of five- to six-story structures. Once it starts, construction would take about three years, with a first phase of 248 units.

Blossom Plaza: Chinatown developer Forest City Residential West moves forward on the $95 million Blossom Plaza.  The complex will feature 240 apartments (both market rate and affordable), 20,000 square feet of retail and an expansive plaza that will connect pedestrians from Broadway to the Metro Gold Line.  Blossom Plaza is slated to open in 2015.

G12G12: The South Park boom continues as ground breaks early this year on a $245 million mixed-use project.  The project, a three-acre site at 12th Street and Grand Avenue , dubbed G12, should take two years to build; it will have 640 residential units along with 40,000 square feet of retail space, a screening room and two pools. Plans also call for 740 bike parking spaces, yet only 595 slots for cars.

Mack Urban Project: ¬†In South Park this year, developer Mack Urban moves forward on a mega-plan to build a network of 1,500 residential units in buildings connected by green space and pedestrian plazas. Construction on the initial phase of the approximately $1 billion project could begin late in the year if the city approval process goes smoothly. In October Mack Urban ‚ÄĒ a new partnership that includes longtime Downtown developer Urban Partners ‚ÄĒ announced that it had purchased up six acres of prime land for more than $80 million.

Medallion 2.0: ¬†In the Historic Core the project is Farkhondehpour‚Äôs attempt to activate some underutilized retail space that never got filled when the mixed-use complex at Fourth and Main streets debuted in 2010. Now Farkhondehpour is moving toward community-serving uses ‚ÄĒ among them Big Mista‚Äôs Barbecue ‚ÄĒ instead of Toy District tenants. ¬† This year, Farkhondehpour is expected to refine his plans for a new round of building on the site ‚ÄĒ possibly creating another 400 residential units and a parking structure. Farkhondehpour is expected to break ground by 2015.

Avant:  One of the biggest projects in South Park scheduled to open this year is the Avant Apartments. The first phase of the complex at 1360 S. Figueroa St. is slated for a February debut and will offer 247 units. The adjacent 193-unit second phase (at 1420 S. Figueroa St.) began construction in late April and could wrap up by the fourth quarter of 2014. The buildings offer residential units above 11,000 square feet of combined retail space. They will also establish a new residences across from the Convention Center.

Eighth and Hope Apartments:  A 22-story tower is rising at Eighth and Hope streets in South Park.  A 290-unit edifice, which is slated for completion by the end of the year. The apartment complex will feature a pool deck, a six-floor garage and 5,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space.

Lotus Garden:   The $24 million development from Affirmed Housing, which is slated for a first-quarter opening, has 60 units with studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom layouts. It will serve tenants making 30%-60% of the Los Angeles County median income. One of the coolest things about the project is its automated parking structure. Known as the Carmatrix, the 17-stall machine lifts cars vertically and moves them horizontally, creating a space-saving, stacking effect.

Blue Line Getting a Massive Speed and Safety Overhaul: Metro announced on January 8th that they’ll spend $1.2 Billion on updates to the 23 year old blue line over the next 6 years. ¬†The new work should help cut down on delays for the 90,000 commuters who ride the LA to Long Beach train everyday. It includes new power stations, power lines, tracks and refurbished train cars. ¬†The 22 stations will get renovated with new canopies and fresh paint. ¬†Also, part of the funding will include new cameras, cops, and¬†safety signs.

$500 Million to help curb homelessness and poverty:  While not a not of swank or tangible improvement, this is a matter that lies close to my heart.  Since the early 20th century Downtown Los Angeles has a large homeless population.  As any resident of downtown will tell you it comes with the territory.  While nobody would want this problem to be dealt with in a heartless way, it is a matter that needs to be dealt with.  As development has boomed in Downtown Los Angeles Homelessness has been pushed into smaller and smaller areas.   The reason the homeless population stays in the Skid Row area, quite possibly could be that there are no alternative.  Earlier this week The Whitehouse announced to pledge $500 Million to pull the homeless population out of downtown Los Angeles.  This will create services and housing in the areas of Pico-Union, Westlake, Koreatown, East Hollywood, and Hollywood.  This is GREAT news.   The homeless population will be drawn out of the Downtown area with dignity and respect, and efforts to end Downtown Los Angeles as a center of homelessness will end for the first time in almost 100 year.

The¬†#1 buyer’s agent team in Downtown Los Angeles¬†often gets exclusive access to new construction loft buildings well before other agents and their clients are able to get in.¬† New¬†lofts are coming to Downtown Los Angeles.¬† Take advantage of this rare opportunity by registering for the¬†New Loft Mailing List¬†below:

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DOUGLAS LOFTS 257 S Spring Street Los Angeles, CA 90013

Douglas Lofts

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The Douglas Building is a spectacular presence on the corner of Third and Spring Streets in this historic Downtown neighborhood. The Douglas Building is the legacy of T.D. Stimson, (1827 Р1898) a lumber baron turned real estate mogul who fostered commercial development in Los Angeles during the 1890s. As one of the few remaining vestiges of Los Angeles’ 19th century architectural treasures, the Douglas Building still stands out, bold and elegant in the midst of glass and steel.

The freshly restored Douglas Lofts accommodates 50 unique New York style loft units that vary in size and floor plan.

Douglas Building Lofts
Douglas Building Lofts

Distinct architectural attributes include high ceilings, exposed brick walls, restored double-hung windows, historic tile and hardwood flooring, state-of-the-art kitchens, and Waterworks bathtubs.

Floors two(2) through four (4) have of one and two bedroom lofts ranging from 735 to 1,275 square feet, with the fifth (5th) floor penthouses from 735 to 1,450 square feet. Corner units boast operable, curved windows, a rare and wonderful architectural detail.

Of the eleven penthouse units, seven have spiral staircases leading to a study that is open to the living area below.

Douglas Lofts Historic Core Downtown Los Angeles
Douglas Lofts Downtown Los Angeles

AMENITIES

  • Historically Significant Building
  • New York Style Loft Units
  • Striking City Views
  • Poggen Pohl¬†State-of-the-Art Kitchens
  • Waterworks¬†Bathrooms
  • Exposed Interior Brick Walls
  • Original, Restored Double-Hung Windows
  • Hardwood and Historic Tile Flooring
  • Curved Windows at Corner Units
  • High Ceilings
  • 20 Different Floor Plans
  • 7 Two-level Penthouse Units
  • Central Air and Heat
  • High-Speed Internet Connection
  • Washer/Dryer Hookups

    Douglas Lofts Historic Core Downtown Los Angeles
    Douglas Lofts
  • Gated Mini-Park on Premises (Pet Friendly)
  • Secure Underground and Street-Level Parking
  • Easy Freeway Access
  • Walking Distance to Major Cultural Attractions, Restaurants and Shopping
  • Two Blocks from the Metro Red Line Station
  • Minutes to Grand Central Market

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Designed in 1898 by San Francisco architects, James and Merritt Reid, the Douglas Building was conceived by Stimson as a flagship office building. The abbreviated five-story structure was markedly subdued and modern in comparison to its Victorian neighbors. Across the street was the Stimson Block, an impressive 42-room boarding house, and on either side, ornate two and three-story structures with retail establishments on the ground floor. At the turn of the century Spring Street bustled with activity and commerce, horse-drawn carriages and bicyclists skirted noisy street cars transporting shoppers and businessmen up and down the wide streets of Downtown. These days of prosperity and growth ushered a twenty year building boom, the first of three during the 20th century.

Douglas Building Lofts DTLA
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When finished, the Douglas Building was dedicated as a memorial to Stimson, a generous, hard-working man who had won the respect of Angelenos. Of the many accolades printed following his unexpected death, one of the most generous appeared in Greater Los Angeles, a weekly tabloid. ‚ÄúHe it was who built so liberally and so handsomely on Spring Street as to create a permanent business heart to our city &.‚ÄĚ At Stimson’s funeral service, the Reverend Bert Estes Howard’s words echoed the sentiment: ‚ÄúIn days to come, when one shall inquire for the monuments of Thomas Douglas Stimson, men may point to our busy streets and to our city filled with the hum of traffic and industry and say, ‚Äėthis is his monument.‚Äô‚ÄĚ

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The Douglas Building ‚Äúwas considered among Los Angeles‚Äô greatest office buildings and commanded the highest rentals. In its early years, it housed the chief ticket office of the Southern Pacific Railroad.‚ÄĚ ¬≤ During that time many travelers would have passed through its doors to purchase a ticket.

The Douglas Building is significant in the area of West Third Street, the former heart of Downtown, for several reasons: its association with Thomas Douglas Stimson, the Stimson Estate and the architects; and for its remarkable architectural design and structural system.³ Wholly restored, the Douglas Building will once again be the pride of the neighborhood and certainly one of the most impressive buildings in Downtown.

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CONCERTO LOFTS AND CONDOS 901 Flower Los Angeles, CA 90015

Concerto Lofts And Condos

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Concerto lofts & condominiums in Downtown L.A., unifies enduring design, stunning views, an acre of green space and proximity to urban life.

Astani Enterprises Raises the Curtain on Concerto, the $300-Million Luxury Condominium Tower and Loft Development in Downtown Los Angeles

Concerto Combines Architectural Living and Greenspace at One of L.A.’s Most Vibrant Intersections

LOS ANGELES–(EON: Enhanced Online News)–Developer¬†Sonny Astani¬†raises the curtain on a compelling, new chapter in downtown‚Äôs residential evolution with the opening of¬†Concerto¬†at¬†9th and Figueroa. Enduring design, spectacular city views and the understated luxury of Southern California living converge at¬†Concerto, the new $300-million condominium development covering 100,000 feet in downtown L.A.‚Äôs¬†South Park.

Situated at one of the most vibrant intersections in Los Angeles, steps away from L.A. Live and Staples Center and walking distance to cultural landmarks like Disney Hall, the Music Center and MOCA, trendy restaurants, distinctive shopping and renowned educational institutions, Concerto promises residents an urban living experience equal to that of other great cities of the world.

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Composed of a trio of contemporary structures ‚Äď two soaring, 30-story (335‚Äô) glass towers and a mid-rise (70‚Äô) loft building ‚ÄstConcerto¬†expresses the concept of¬†architectural living¬†through inventive design, quality construction and uncompromising attention to detail.

‚ÄúI‚Äôve developed many properties across Los Angeles all of which have one thing in common ‚Äď they embrace great design whether you are considering a studio or one of the penthouses,‚ÄĚ said¬†Sonny Astani, chairman of Astani Enterprises, Inc. ‚ÄúWith¬†Concerto¬†condominiums¬†in¬†downtown Los Angeles¬†we have achieved this on a grand scale in a truly extraordinary location.‚ÄĚ

Concerto Lofts for SaleDesigned by¬†Douglas Hanson¬†of the award-winning architectural firm DeStefano Partners, Ltd.,¬†Concerto¬†features studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units of varying sizes with prices ranging from $350,000 for lofts to $3.5 million for penthouses.¬†Concerto‚Äôs¬†signature features include 10‚Äô 5‚ÄĚ ceilings, full-length exterior glass walls and innovative structural engineering to create transparency and unobstructed views. European cabinetry and appliances equip kitchens. Each residence boasts a city, pool, garden or paseo view and all benefit from¬†Concerto‚Äôs¬†clever ventilation system which augments traditional AC and allows a free flow of fresh air from the outside. One-of-a-kind corner units and penthouses with uniquely angled windows, sunrooms, balconies and dramatic floor plans further epitomize metropolitan chic.¬†Sustainable¬†elements of design, construction and operation will enable¬†Concerto¬†to qualify for LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification.

Within Concerto, a full acre of elevated private greenspace surrounds a saltwater pool, cabanas and fire pits. Crafted for relaxing alone time as well as for social exchange and connection, these outdoor sanctuaries add to Concerto’s unmistakable allure for residents. Concerto will also engage the surrounding neighborhood with public greenspace including a quiet park for the practice of Tai Chi and a paseo lined with gingko trees that change colors with the season.

‚ÄúSonny had a vision with Concerto¬†to create a ‚Äėcommunity‚Äô of buildings that would look beautiful while also making the people living inside them feel good,‚ÄĚ said¬†Douglas Hanson, AIA, DeStefano Partners design principal. ‚ÄúDetails like the fresh air system allow the building to literally live and breathe along with the people in it.‚ÄĚ

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About Astani Enterprises

Sonny Astani, chairman of Astani Enterprises, Inc.¬†based in Beverly¬†Hills, is helping redefine the L.A. skyline through the creation of world-class developments within the city‚Äôs urban landscape. Over 25 years of experience in the Southern California real estate market have refined Astani‚Äôs vision and dedication to thoughtful architecture and considered design. Astani has acquired, developed, constructed and managed over $1 billion of multi-family buildings and condominiums. Astani‚Äôs condominium portfolio ‚Äď Concerto, Vero and Grand ‚Äď shares an elevated sense of style and architectural integrity.

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Location

901 Flower

Los Angeles, CA 90015

Historical Perspective

  • Actual Year Built:¬†2010
  • Effective Year Built:¬†2010

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