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PASEO AT CALIFORNIAN

Located in the Westlake district, the 53-unit building known as The Paseo at Californian, consists of one, two, three, and four-bedroom floor plans. Opened in 2016 to a waiting list of 3,000, the property was funded, in part, using Transit Oriented Development Funds (“TOD”). The Red Line McArthur Park stop is located within a quarter mile; all tenants receive a free transit pass as part of their rent. Designed by PSL Architects in a classic Spanish style, the new structure is both sophisticated and elegant. The Paseo at Californian features ample open space and a community terrace overlooking the city. The building also provides for a fully furnished community room and computer learning center as well as a play area for children.  Atop the building is the second oldest neon sign in Los Angeles, “Hotel Californian,” which was rescued from Griffith Park, restored and remounted to pay tribute to the historic structure which was originally constructed here in 1927.

SUMMARY

Client:

American Communities


Project Type:

Mixed Use Multifamily


Location:

1901 West Sixth Street, Los Angeles, CA

Size:

85, 522 SF


Status:

Completed June 2016

LEED Rating:

Gold