Canfield Development is building a $22 million, 69-unit apartment complex in Los Angeles’ Koreatown, according to Multi-Housing News.
Dubbed ‘The Kenmore,’ the 70,247-square-foot multifamily community will consist of seven studios, 42 one-, 12 two- and three, three-bedroom apartments atop two levels of above-ground mezzanine parking.
The parking will be in an “L” shape to minimize the street-facing bulk of the building and provide southern sun for a 2,563-square-foot recreation deck.
The project, at 435 South Kenmore Ave., will offer an abundance of amenities including a social room with a pool table, a lounge, and theatre area, an outdoor courtyard deck with a large spa, VIP cabanas with built-in televisions, two fire pits, a fitness room, a pet wash station and a Luxor One package locker system for Amazon and other package deliveries.
The project’s designer is Nadel Architects.