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AIA’s Design Award for 2011by Charles Kluger (AIA) – These striking, LEED Certified, architectural single-family homes with panoramic views of Los Angeles are built to the highest standards of energy efficiency and environmental awareness with features including: Floor-to–ceiling dual-pane windows, solar panels, tankless water heaters, dual flush water closets, and low-VOC paint. Exploding with natural sunlight, the soaring ceilings, premium stainless steel kitchens, dumbwaiters, roof terraces, and full steel “CurtainWall” construction are only a few of the impressive amenties that make these homes unlike anything else in The City. The first floor includes patio/garden, Loft/Ofc, full bath, and extra-spacious 2-car garage. Main floor is where you will find the Kitchen, Dining and Living areas. The top floor includes the bedrooms (2 and 3 bed floor-plans). The roof terrace is giant and each includes their own bathroom with optional full kitchen. Jump across the street to the new ATX Kitchen for meals or drinks with friends – and check out the cultural events held weekly and monthly. LA’s newest Opera Company launches its premier performance titled “Crescent City” at this location beginning May 10th. Popular cafes, restaurants andboutiques are just a few blocks away, as is Los Feliz Blvd. Village and thebest of Silverlake. No need to get in your car on the weekends…Atwater Village has officially emerged as a new Arts District with vital lifestyle choices and conveniences that rival anywhere else in southern California.
Here is the link to the ground breaking new Opera Company that will be launching their flagship, multi-media production May 10th:
Here are two videos introducing this new project and its dynamic neighborhood:
Here are the links to the cutting edge, Arts & Innovation Complex directly across the street:
Kathleen Mahoney (323) 828-1740
Eric Lavey (310) 908-6800
Ernie Carswell (310) 345-7500