2 bedroom apartment for rent in downtown Santa Monica

2 bedroom apartment for rent in downtown Santa Monica

Brand New Luxury Two Bedroom Santa Monica Apartments

Third Street Promenade, and Santa Monica Place.

Call (310) 587-2300 to schedule a tour today!

The new luxury two bedroom apartments at [email protected] are truly a sight to see!
These large two bedroom apartments boasts many luxury features, such as stainless steel appliances, granite counters,
Berber carpet, central heat/AC, Washer/Dryer in unit, hardwood-styled floors, and much more.
[email protected] luxury apartments are conveniently located in the heart of Santa Monica, which makes it easy to walk to
all the great shops, restaurants, and other local attractions in downtown Santa Monica. From your luxury two bedroom
apartment, you can easily walk to the beach


This Two Bedroom Luxury Apartment features:

  • Stainless Steel Frigidaire appliances (microwave, oven, refrigerator, dishwasher)
  • Large Open Kitchens
  • Granite Counters
  • High Speed Internet/Cable Ready
  • Hardwood-styled Floors
  • Balconies in select units
  • In unit Stacked Washer/Dryer
  • Berber Carpet
  • Central heat/AC
  • In unit Alarm/Security System ready 


The Santa Monica has three shopping districts, Montana Avenue on the north side of the city, the Downtown District in the city’s core, and Main Street on the south end of the city. Each of these districts has its own unique feel and personality. Montana Avenue is a stretch of boutique stores, restaurants, and small offices that generally features more upscale shopping. The Main Street district offers an eclectic mix of clothing, restaurants, and other specialty retail.

The Downtown District is the home of the Third Street Promenade, a major outdoor pedestrian-only shopping district that stretches for three blocks between Wilshire Blvd. and Broadway (not the sameBroadway in downtown and south Los Angeles). Third Street is closed to vehicles for those three blocks to allow people to stroll, congregate, shop and enjoy street performers. Santa Monica Place, the indoor mall designed by Frank Gehry, is located at the south end of the Promenade. After a period of redevelopment, the mall reopened in the fall of 2010 as a modern shopping-entertainment complex with more outdoor space.


The Santa Monica Hippodrome (carousel) is a National Historic Landmark. It sits on the Santa Monica Pier, which was built in 1909. The La Monica Ballroom on the pier was once the largest ballroom in the US, and the source for many New Year’s Eve national network broadcasts. The Santa Monica Civic Auditorium was an important music venue for several decades and hosted the Academy Awards in the 1960s. McCabe’s Guitar Shop is still a leading acoustic performance space, as well as retail outlet. Bergamot Station is a city-owned art gallery compound that includes the Santa Monica Museum of Art. The city is also home to the Santa Monica Heritage Museum.