The downtown L.A. skyline continues to evolve as several projects continue rising among the bustling city. At every corner of the DTLA neighborhood, you are sure to find a construction site of some sort changing the shape of the neighborhood. From the Southern end of DTLA with the Grand project to the Northern end of DTLA with the newest Circa towers, the area is becoming home to many new residents who have always dreamed of living right in the heart of L.A. Take a look at this new tower that is offering some exclusive amenities that can’t be found in other parts of Los Angeles!
Largest Private Resort Park of Any Rental Address in Los Angeles
DTLA’s newest tower is officially open! Located at 888 South Hope Street, this 525-unit project is ready to welcome new residents to enjoy all of the exclusive amenities that they have to offer. Upon arriving you will see what this tower is all about as they have a private porte-cochere flanked by a pocket park, as well as secured indoor parking, double-height lobby with stone finishes and custom art as well as a 24-hour concierge. There are three levels of indoor and outdoor amenities which include an outdoor cinema, resort pool & cabana, dining grove with a BBQ, and a dog park all included in the private 30,000 square-foot private park!
“An everyday escape enriched by welcoming groves, colorful landscaping, wandering paths, al fresco dining areas, acitivity zones, and an expansive pool & caban experience.”
“Here at 888, your DTLA apartment is a private observatory.”
Furthermore, at the gateway to the resort park is a park lounge/ clubhouse that is perfect for socializing, co-working, and entertainment. The tower’s fitness center is also well-equipped with floor to ceiling windows that feature Peloton bikes and a private yoga studio. Now, onto the pricing of living here, A two-bedroom apartment will start at a rate of $4,255 for a 1,036-square-foot residence while a one-bedroom floor plan starts at $2,475 for a 577-square-foot unit. All of the units have floor-to-ceiling glass walls which offer front-row seats to some of the most captivating views of the city.
Lastly, there will be 6,000 square feet of space for shops on its ground floor which is enough space for many retailers and restaurants to move into the neighborhood as well!