Monday, September 10, 2012

"the largest development in the city's history"

Designed by global architecture, design, planning and consulting firm Gensler, and developed by AEG WorldWide, the Ritz-Carlton Tower is part of the L.A. Live sports and entertainment complex, including the GRAMMY Museum, headquarters for ESPN, and the Nokia Theater. The 4-million-square-foot L.A. Live, adjoining Staples Center and the Los Angeles Convention Center, is considered to be the largest development in the city's history.

The fa├žade will be composed of a metal and glass curtain wall; the glass will reflect the skyline in shades of blue and green. Residences—offering room service, housekeeping, and valet service—will begin on the 27th floor and rise to the 52nd floor. Interiors will be fitted out with luxe details, including kitchen cabinetry by Italian kitchen manufacturer Snaidero, available in three finish options: satin teak, dark oak, or ice white high-gloss lacquer.

According to LA Curbed, prices will run $1.8 to 2.6 million for a two bedroom (1,700 to 2,600 square feet) and $2.8 to 5 million for a three bedroom unit (2,000 to 4,300 square feet).

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