Across the street from Los Angeles State Historic Park in Chinatown, construction is now complete for a new multifamily residential complex from Trammell Crow subsidiary High Street Residential.

Rendered view of the Llewellyn from Main StreetKFA Architecture

The Llewellyn – which is located on a triangular-shaped property bounded by North Main, Roundout, and Llewellyn Streets - consists of a seven-story edifice featuring 318 residential units and parking for 526 vehicles.

A leasing website for the property advertises a mix of studio, one-, and two-bedroom dwellings priced from $2,125 to $4,800 per month.

The first set of apartments are already 30 percent leased, according to a representative of High Street Residential.

KFA Architecture designed the podium-type building, which is highlighted by colorful patterns along its southern facade.  The apartment complex includes multiple courtyards, a fitness center, a swimming pool, a roof deck, and a community room, according to a project website.

Unit interior at the LlewellynHigh Street Residential

While the development does not include ground-floor commercial uses, apartments with street-facing entrances are located along all three property lines.

The project is the first in a handful of new multifamily residential developments planned along the perimeter of Los Angeles State Historic Park, including Atlas Capital Group's 725-unit College Station apartments and a modular mixed-use complex at 1457 N. Main Street.

Trammell Crow Company and High Street Residential previously developed the LA Plaza Village complex near Union Station.

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