The roughly $300-million project, located at 9000 W. 3rd Street, replaced seven smaller buildings - consisting of 84 residential units - with a 12-story tower containing 59 townhomes and condominiums with an average size of 2,400 square feet.
This development is the first standalone residential property in North America for the Four Seasons brand.
CallisonRTKL designed the mid-rise concrete building, which incorporates elements of Mid-Century Modern architecture on its exterior. The project presents as a mid-rise apartment tower facing Wetherly Drive to the west, but with lower-scale townhomes facing Almont Drive to the east.
Each of the condominiums - including a rooftop penthouse - will feature open floor plans and a private outdoor space. Interiors are being designed by designed by Martyn Lawrence Bullard.
Residents of the condominiums - which will reportedly command sales prices as high as $50 million - will have access to common open space features including a fitness center, a pool terrace, a private theater, as well as off-site amenities at the neighboring Four Seasons Hotel.
The complex, which was previously slated to open in 2019, was issued a temporary certificate of occupancy in late 2020.
Plans for the Four Seasons development date to 2007, when the project was first imagined as a larger 16-story edifice containing 84 residential units. The scale of the development gradually decreased as it moved through the City approval process, leading to an eventual groundbreaking in 2017.
Genton Cockrum Partners, the developer, is also behind plans to replace the shuttered San Pedro Courthouse with 300 apartments and retail space.
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