Downtown LA’s Museum Tower Undergoing Renovation

Los Angeles, United States, July 19,2019- With its sweeping views of downtown Los Angeles and close proximity to some of the region’s most dynamic cultural, recreational and dining destinations. The 216-unit Museum Tower is undergoing a massive renovation that is expected to be completed in mid-2020. From studios starting at $1,884 to 3-bedroom, 2.5 bath Penthouses for $9,000, the pet-friendly, luxury high-rise is situated near the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, Walt Disney Concert Hall, Music Center (home of the Ahmanson Theatre, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion and Mark Taper Forum), Grand Park, Broad Museum and a dizzying array of fine dining establishments and entertainment venues.

The upgraded units come equipped with wood-style floors, large closets, quartz countertops and stainless steel kitchen appliances including dishwasher, refrigerator and electric range.

The common areas feature a 2,200-square-foot fitness facility with state-of-the-art equipment, an outdoor heated pool with views of the city, spa, several grilling areas, cabanas, and an indoor/outdoor rooftop lounge with fireplaces, stylish seating and other amenities. Residents will enjoy a yoga/cardio studio that offers virtual classes operated from a touch screen, comfortable in-house theatre with a 95” screen to view films and TV offerings and a resident lounge complete with pool table. Free wifi is available in all common areas.

The Museum Tower is owned and managed by Goldrich Kest, one of California’s largest and most successful privately owned real estate builders and property managers. The eponymous company’s extensive portfolio also includes the nearby 255 Grand building.

“Downtown Los Angeles is one of the nation’s most vibrant and highly desirable areas that, until relatively recently, has been an untapped market,” announced Goldrich Kest CEO Michael Drandell. “We’re excited that Museum Tower will be joining 255 Grand as two of the city’s most desirable buildings for those who appreciate upscale downtown living.”

To tour the units or for more information, call 213-626-1500) or visit themuseumtowerapts.com.

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