One of L.A.’s most sought-after neighborhoods receives a new mixed-use development

The new development will feature 166 units and 9,000 sf of ground-floor retail.

September 25, 2017 |
The front door and facade of Domain West Hollywood

Photo: Adrian Tiemens

Sandwiched between the Lot Movie Studio, the Oprah Winfrey Network headquarters, and the Formosa Café, a new mixed-use development will offer residents easy walkability and access to some of West Hollywood’s most frequented destinations. Domain West Hollywood, designed by Studio One Eleven, offers 166 residential units on top of 9,000 sf of ground-floor retail at 7141 Santa Monica Blvd.

The development features a three-story portal entry along Santa Monica Boulevard that is clad in bright red panels to echo the design of the neighboring red Formosa Café across the street.

 

The entry to Domain West Hollywood, clad in red panelsPhoto: Adrian Tiemens.

 

The residential units will feature modern kitchens with quartz countertops and European-style cabinetry, GE stainless steel appliances, Moen plumbing fixtures, oversized soaking tubs, numerous windows for natural light, and roller shades. Communal gathering spaces will include an outdoor kitchen with a grill and pizza oven and a large amenity pool deck and fire pit.

Residents will also be able to make use of such amenities as a fitness studio with a barre and stretch room, a pet wash area, storage lockers, bicycle storage, and private patios and decks with views o the city skyline and the Hollywood hills.

 

One of the residential units at Domain West HollywoodPhoto: Adrian Tiemens.

 

Jonathan Adler, an interior design firm, curated the units with an emphasis on echoing the old Hollywood glamour style. Malika Favre, a French artist, created minimal, illustrative designs used throughout the building that added to the desired old Hollywood glamour look.

Yummy.com, a grocery store delivery service, is the development’s first confirmed retail tenant.

 

One of the residential units at Domain West HollywoodPhoto: Adrian Tiemens.

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