West Adams has been called LA’s next hot neighborhood. In reality, it’s one of the oldest in the city, dotted with historic homes and industrial-style office spaces. Its central location has piqued the interest of several developers, and new residential projects are springing up along major corridors. If you’re looking for an apartment in a well-connected area (with Metro Expo Line access to boot), consider one of these three new construction options.
Developer: CIM Group
Location: 2563 West Adams Boulevard
Priced from: $2,999 per month
CIM Group is banking on the future success of West Adams. The developer has five-plus projects in the works along West Adams Boulevard, including this modern marvel. 5263 West Adams Boulevard features a mix of studio and one-bedroom apartments, although only one unit is currently available — a two-story, one-bedroom-plus-den with one-and-a-half bathrooms. The interiors are characterized by Whirlpool™ kitchen appliances, an LG washer and dryer, high ceilings and hardwood flooring.
Developer: Carmel Partners
Location: 3311 South La Cienega Boulevard
Priced from: $3,121 per month
At the nexus of the Culver City Arts District and West Adams is ARQ, a luxury residential building within the Cumulus District master-planned community. Pre-leasing will begin on June 1st and the first move-ins will take place this winter. ARQ’s 300 rental units range in size from 451 to 1,612 square feet, and are kitted out with floor-to-ceiling windows, wood-style laminate flooring, European cabinetry and state-of-the-art technology. An exclusive collection of 30th-floor penthouses delivers sweeping city views that stretch from Downtown to the Pacific Ocean.
Developer: CIM Group
Location: 5135 West Adams Boulevard
Priced from: Inquire for details
Although 5135 West Adams Boulevard is all leased up at the moment, it’s worth keeping an eye on this collection of 10 contemporary apartments. Featuring studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom layouts, the residences are bright and airy with large windows and neutral color schemes. The pet-friendly community enjoys a furnished courtyard space and gated parking. A 10-minute bike ride finds you in the midst of the Arts District, home to hotspots like Father’s Office, Hi-Lo Liquor Market, Cliffs of Id and Mandrake.