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Extraordinary places lead to extraordinary living, and this is such a place. This is everything you'd expect from The Ritz-Carlton experience merged with much that you may not expect from anyone. This is a stunning new Residence poised high above a vibrant entertainment complex where you'll enjoy VIP treatment on the most exhilarating block of the most exciting neighborhood in the most exceptional city. This is living, at The Ritz-Carlton Residences at L.A. LIVE. Welcome home.
Enjoy the city's highest level of living with a one, two, or three bedroom Residence featuring floor-to-ceiling views, 5-star amenities, and 24-hour services.
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Experience the world's most thoughtful service in your own Residence, at the Spa, Pool & Fitness Center, Sky Lobby and Wolfgang Puck's WP24.
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If it wasn't exciting enough sitting almost on top of the STAPLES Center, home of the Lakers and Kings, you'll soon be so close to the new Farmers Field that you might be able to watch the NFL from your window.
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Just footsteps away, L.A. LIVE presents your favorite (and soon-to-be favorite) performers at six different entertainment venues, as well as upscale bowling and cinemas, most with special access for Residents.
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Los Angeles, September 28, 2012
Touchdown for Farmers Field!
Los Angeles City Council Unanimously Approves EIR and Other Agreements to Officially Approve AEG's Development of Farmers Field and Convention Center Modernization While Paving the Way for Jobs and Economic Development View the full article
Los Angeles, April, 2012
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April, 2012 Newsletter
Not long ago, for most Angelenos, Downtown was somewhere you worked or went to Lakers games – period; end of story. What may come as a surprise to some, however, is that Downtown L.A. is enjoying a renaissance much like that of SoHo, New York in the 1980s, San Diego's Gaslamp Quarter in the early 1990s, and Manhattan's Meatpacking District in the late 1990s. View the full article
Los Angeles, March 24, 2011
Modern Skyscraper Housing L.A. LIVE's Hotels and Residences Earns Silver LEED Designation from the U.S. Green Building Council
With More than 60 percent of L.A. LIVE Homes in Escrow, Nation's Leading Hotel and Residential Tower Takes Home Another Prestigious Industry Accolade. The award-winning Hotels and Residences at L.A. LIVE have earned the U.S. Green Building Council's (USGBC) Silver Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification for the AEG development's strategic, sustainable design and green innovation. View the full article
Los Angeles, February 15, 2011
The Ritz-Carlton Residences at L.A. LIVE closes first escrows
L.A.'s Most Anticipated Residential Tower Comes Alive; Luxury Property Bucks National Housing Trends with More than One-Quarter of a Billion Dollars in Residential Real Estate Sales. View the full article
Curbed Los Angeles
Downtown's Ritz-Carlton Residences Unveils Another Model Unit
Following last night's opening celebration for the Los Angeles Art Show, which is taking place this week at the LA Convention Center, the Ritz-Carlton Residences hosted an after-party for tipsy art lovers. Three units were opened up (and art was featured on the walls to tie in with the Art Show), but we were more interested in seeing the latest model unit. See the full story
Luxury Hotels Aim to Turn Downtown L.A. Into Times Square West
Luxury hotel owners are betting that downtown Los Angeles — an area dominated by government buildings, law offices and banks — will lure convention visitors and tourists from the city’s ritzy enclaves. Marriott International Inc. will open a Ritz-Carlton, downtown L.A.’s first five-star hotel, and a JW Marriott in the next two months as part of Anschutz Entertainment Group’s 4 million-square-foot L.A. Live entertainment complex. Luxe Worldwide Hotels is spending $10 million to revamp the downtown Holiday Inn into one of its boutique-style hotels. See the full story
Los Angeles Times
Downtown L.A. is puttin' up a Ritz
It's not every day that Los Angeles welcomes a new addition to its skyline. And this week, the city did it in style with a gala for the 54-story Ritz-Carlton hotel-condo tower that is the centerpiece of L.A. Live and opens for business next month. The guest of honor was Tim Leiweke, president and chief executive of AEG, which built the $2.5-billion L.A. Live and has been at the center of the effort to develop the area around Staples Center into a sports and entertainment hub. The blue-hued tower is a big part of the plan. It's the first skyscraper in downtown Los Angeles since the early 1990s. See the full story
Second homes: Downtown Los Angeles is on an upswing
Like the Tin Man from The Wizard of Oz, created in a studio here, Los Angeles is surprised to discover it has a heart after all. The USA's second-largest city is famous for sprawl, and it has long confused visiting urbanites seeking a neighborhood to stroll around. Now transplants and part-timers are rediscovering downtown, which offers just that. "A lot of people from New York end up downtown, because it's the only place in L.A. they feel at home," says realtor Ted Trent, founder of Loft Living L.A. Former New Yorker Russell Roney of ZipRealty agrees: "Downtown always had a stigma, but now it's hot, where SoHo was 15 years ago. You can walk around, there are restaurants." See the full story
Ritz-Carlton Residences at L.A. Live Close First Escrow
The first unit in the Ritz-Carlton Residences at L.A. Live closed escrow on Tuesday, a mere 1,355 days after the 54-story building had its official groundbreaking on June 1, 2007.
That's a big deal for those involved in the 224-unit condominium project.
"We're now a living, breathing building with homeowners who will be living here," explained Laurie Miskuski, Director of Sales and Marketing for the project. "The whole dynamic of the building changes when you have people who actually live here." See the full story
© 2007-2010 allaccessliving.com. Disclaimer. The Ritz-Carlton Residences at L.A. LIVE are not owned, developed or sold by The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, LLC. Olympic and Georgia Partners, LLC. uses The Ritz-Carlton marks under license from The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, LLC. Owned and developed by Olympic and Georgia Partners, LLC, a single purpose entity. Some of the amenities and services described are available for purchase from the hotel and others are provided through one of the two owner associations at no additional cost to residents. The developer reserves the right to make modifications in materials, specifications, plans, pricing, various fees, designs, scheduling and delivery of the homes without prior notice. All dimensions are approximate and subject to normal construction variances and tolerances. Plans and dimensions may contain minor variations from floor to floor. This is not an offer to sell or solicitation to buy to residents in jurisdictions in which registration requirements have not been fulfilled, but is intended for information only. Obtain the Property Report or its equivalent by Federal and State law and read it before signing anything. No Federal or State agency has judged the merits or value, if any, of this property. Listing Broker: The Agency, CA DRE #01904054. 11/01/11