A red tower crane has appeared on the low-slugn skyline of Beverly Hills, where developer ETCO Homes is ramping up work at its latest condominium complex.

Palm Drive elevationKevin Tsai Architecture

The development, located at the northwest corner of Beverly Boulevard and Palm Drive, will consist of a five-story edifice featuring 20 one-, two-, and three-bedroom dwellings above a two-level, 62-car basement parking garage. 

Designed by Kevin Tsai Architecture, the project at 425 Palm Drive, which will feature exterior finishes including cement plaster and aluminum.  Plans also call for a rooftop deck, a pool, and a vertical green wall facing Beverly Boulevard.

Completion of 425 Palm is anticipated in mid-2022, according to Tsai.

watermark View looking northwest from Beverly Boulevard and Palm DriveUrbanize LA

ETCO, which is headquarted in Beverly Hills, has recently built a handful of new for-sale housing projects in the neighboring Beverly Grove community.