The Louise, 4850 Hollywood Blvd

Los Angeles, California

Status: Now Open
Use: Residential and mixed use
Size: 96 apartments + 8,700 square feet of retail
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LaTerra Select Los Feliz I will include 96 apartment units with 8,700 square feet of street level retail. The property is across the street from LaTerra Select Los Feliz II, which contains 150 apartments with approximately 12,500 square feet of retail (together, LaTerra’s Los Feliz projects contain 246 apartments and approximately 21,000 square feet of retail).

LaTerra acquired the site, which was a dilapidated retail center that had high density residential zoning, and subsequently processed entitlements and commenced construction.

The craftsman exterior architecture pays homage to The Hollyhock House (the UNESCO World Heritage site atop the adjacent Barnsdall Park). The interiors will embody the edge and diversity of the local demographic- merging both new and old. Artful vignettes are a nod to the creatives and culture of the area.

The leasing office will be located across the street at LaTerra Select Los Feliz II, but with only 96 units, this project boasts an extraordinary amenity package including a beautiful co-working lounge, 24-hour fitness center, vibrant indoor / outdoor clubhouse, hidden DIY and private office space along with a beautiful lounge pool, meandering courtyards and rooftop deck with views of the Hollywood sign and Griffith Observatory. There will be unexpected connections to space and use, creating a new way to experience luxury living.

Los Feliz is one of the most trendy and hip submarkets in Los Angeles. The property is within walking distance to numerous restaurants and bars, and is contiguous to Barnsdall Art Park, which is home to a Frank Lloyd Wright house with spectacular views to Griffith Observatory and the Hollywood sign. The site is one block away from a large medical center hub with 15,000 jobs, a short drive from Netflix’ Southern California headquarters, an 800-yard walk to the Sunset/Vermont metro station and a 15-minute commute to downtown.

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