A look inside the Hallasan residential tower in Koreatown
In Koreatown, Hallasan was completed earlier this year, a new residential tower located one block southwest of the Wilshire/Fairmont station at 696 S. New Hampshire Avenue. Now, developer Holland Partner Group is offering an inside look.
The 36-story building, which replaced a surface parking lot at the northeast corner of 7th Street and New Hampshire Avenue, includes 375 residential units in studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans. Monthly rents for the property range from $2,491 for a 468-square-foot studio to $9,884 for a penthouse unit.
MVE + Partners The tower is clad in glass on its upper floors and a transparent screen around its parking platform. The tower features amenity decks above both the podium and the roof. The complex also includes a fitness centre, swimming pool and co-working lounge.
Amenity decks are positioned above the tower’s podium and roof level, with features including a fitness centre, swimming pool and co-working lounge.
“We are thrilled to have this opportunity to design again for our long-time partner Holland Partner Group,” said MVE + Partners Los Angeles principal and design director Sherwin Pineda in a press release. “Hallasan is an important part of Koreatown’s renaissance, and it is inspiring to see their investment in this historic Los Angeles neighborhood.”
The tower was known as the distinctive part of A larger mixed-use project proposed by Harridge Development Groupwhich also allows for the conversion of the I. Magnin department store on Wilshire Boulevard into a 160-room hotel and the redevelopment of an adjacent parking lot with a low-rise residential complex.
The tower follows a group of similar high-rise buildings that have recently arrived in Koreatown, including The 25-story Corve at Wilshire And 3033 Wilshire. Other projects in the works include A two-tower complex of Jamison Services is now rising next to the Wilshire/Normandie station, Development of a 40-storey terrace buildingand a 34-story tower proposed by Crescent Heights.
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