Brand New Boutique Apartment Collection Debuts in the Little Osaka District Of West Los Angeles
Los Angeles developer NMS Properties unveils it's newest luxury apartment collection in the up-and-coming neighborhood of Little Osaka, West Los Angeles.
â€“ Oct 22, 2009 â€“ Tucked away on Sawtelle Blvd between Olympic and Santa Monica, hides the Little Osaka district of West Los Angeles. A hidden oasis of hip and trendy Japanese culture, Little Osaka has thrived thanks to the number of multi-residential buildings lining adjacent streets.
For years, those wishing to be part of the neighborhood CitySearch named as one of LAâ€™s â€œbest kept secretsâ€ have had to settle for living in older, outdated apartment buildings.
Just completed, NMS Properties announces the latest addition to their LuXe collection of luxury boutique apartments â€“LuXe@1759!
Located off of Beloit and Santa Monica Blvd, residents of LuXe@1759 will reside within easy walking distance of the eclectic mix of contemporary retail shops and Japanese restaurants that make up Little Osaka. Walkscore.com has even bestowed the highest honor, A Walkerâ€™s Paradise, to LuXe@1759 because of itâ€™s close proximity to many different local businesses.
61 units and 6 stories tall, LuXe@1759 was designed by the award winning, LA-based, Reed Architectural Group. Using stone, glass and metal to create the sleek faÃ§ade associated with the NMS LuXe brand, Reed combined ultra-modern design elements with practical details.
The 1, 2, 3 bedroom and loft apartment homes feature in-unit washer/dryer, polished granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. While most views are of the majestic white tipped mountains surrounding LA, thanks to the recent technology of extreme sound-proof windows, many residents will be able to enjoy glittering night time views of the city and 405 freeway without the noise.
Says Penny Lane Emerson, Senior Property Manager of LuXe@1759, â€œResidents of this neighborhood will finally be able to live somewhere cool and new without having to actually purchase something. The amount of interest weâ€™ve received so far has been phenomenal, attributed mostly to the strong demand for the location and the appeal of the units.â€