Super cool one bedroom, one bath apartment in downtown Los Angeles, two blocks walk from Staples Center and Nokia/LA Live. This sleek modern apartment provides plenty of 'Wow!' factor.
This apartment enjoys gorgeous views from the balcony overlooking the pool, jacuzzi, gardens, mature trees and city skyline. You can access the balcony from the master bedroom or the living room, with room for two to dine al fresco.
Attention to detail is everywhere, beginning with an eye popping custom made lighting fixture in the kitchen to the baby grand piano in the living room. The kitchen has sleek soft black cabinetry, soft grey limestone counter-tops and breakfast bar, stainless steel appliances and custom glass tile backsplash. A carrera marble dining table seats four. Opposite the kitchen is a large storage closet with sliding door panels that add to the modern decor. The beautifully sunlit living room enjoys the views and the water fountain from the balcony, white and black modern furniture and a large flat screen television. The hallway leading to the master bedroom has a laundry closet with a full sized stacked washer/dryer. The master bedroom has a platform queen sized bed, remote controlled black out shades, a large desk and custom closet with built in dresser and hanging space. The bathroom begins with the vanity/dressing area, which includes carrera marble counter-tops, porcelain floor tiles and a closet. A door separates the remote controlled toilet/bidet and tub/shower combination.
This is a security guarded building with secured parking.
A Starbucks Coffee shop will be available in the lobby of the building beginning May 2012. Coffee Bean, Ralph's Grocery store and Panini Cafe are right out the front door. If you have children in tow, you can walk one block to Grand Hope Park to play on the children's playground. You can take in a Lakers, Clippers or Kings game at Staples Center or a concert at the Nokia Theater. Top tier dining and entertainment is available at LA Live, including ESPN Zone, Lucky Strike Bowling Lounge, Katsuya, two Wolfgang Puck restaurants, the Grammy Museum and much more.