901 S Flower St
Los Angeles CA 90015
Pet Friendly: Yes
Mills Act: No
Live Work: No
Constructed: Sonny Astani - 2009
The World Class creative team of Developer Sonny Astani, and Architect Doug Hanson present thoughtful architectural living with their newest conception known as Concerto. The first of 3 buildings that make up the community, Concerto Lofts rises 7 stories and houses 77 contemporary soft loft residences. Born from the inspired and passionate vision of Sonny Astani, Concerto Lofts offers exceptional contemporary living that blends art, architecture, zen, and the vibrant energy of downtown.
Inside each loft residence, owners enjoy sleek German crafted kitchens, with fully integrated appliances and products from Fagor, Liebherr, and Miele. Bathrooms are over sized and designer finished with Toto and Ann Sacks accents. Floor plans are generous with large over sized windows and patios/ balconies in select units.
Outside, residents can enjoy an unprecedented full 1 acre sanctuary-like park, complete with salt water pool, spa, indoor/outdoor private fitness center, outdoor kitchen, bbq pits, private cabanas, tai-chi park and much more. Concerto's unmistakable signature, the outdoor green space was given paramount thought in design with aim to create an extension of Concerto that would benefit both residents and passerby alike. The park-like sanctuary can be attributed to the work of landscape firm Olin and Partners who's projects also include the famed Getty Center Gardens.
Located at the intersection of 9th and Figueroa, Concerto's geography and visibility offers a location in the heart of an urban South Park neighborhood teeming with energy and vitality. Concerto is walking distance to LA Live, FIDM, fine restaurants, cafe's, arts and entertainment.
A statement of architectural living inspired by Renzo Piano's Aurora Place and Philip Johnson Glass House, Concerto offers a marriage of comfortable luxury, contemporary sophistication, and enduring design.
"With Concerto we had a chance to say 'this is the way all of L.A. should be designed.'" Doug Hanson - Architect
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