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TEN50: Boutique Living at a Grand New Address in Downtown LA

TEN50 is bringing 151 luxury condos for sale to Downtown LA's exciting South Park district (Photo: TEN50)

Surrounded by the hottest new restaurants, vibrant nightlife and inspiring culture, TEN50 ushers in a grand new era in Downtown Los Angeles living. One of the first condominium projects to be completed in nearly a decade, TEN50 embraces a personal and intimate resident experience, addressing the tastes and quality levels that luxury buyers are coveting but cannot currently find downtown.

Located at 1050 S. Grand Avenue, TEN50 provides a confluence of structure and imagination, exemplified through the building’s stunning architecture that meets the street with action and life, softens toward the top and includes a bold and contemporary design along the corner of Grand Avenue and 11th Street.

TEN50 will stand in a class of its own with a curated collection of amenities that promote overall wellness and a variety of communal spaces that bring neighbors together. The Fifty will be the centerpiece of the amenity program, offering residents the opportunity to lounge poolside, begin the day refreshed with a class on the yoga deck, or cap off a long work week with drinks by the outdoor fireplace. The building’s screening room, business center, and state-of-the-art fitness studio also provide the ultimate backdrop for modern living in Los Angeles.

The high-style common areas complement the 151 one and two-bedroom boutique residences and penthouses that feature an unprecedented attention to detail and craftsmanship and celebrate Downtown LA’s definitive creative culture.

Positioned in the heart of South Park, residents will be within a short walk of L.A. LIVE and downtown’s historic core, which offers precisely what urban dwellers seek – art galleries, new bars, lounges and boutique high fashion. Whole Foods has also bought into the rebirth of downtown with one of their newest urban concept stores opening just three blocks from TEN50 at 8th and Grand.

For more information, visit the sales gallery now open adjacent to the building site at 1057 S. Olive Street. It’s your chance to view the amenities and finishes that will make TEN50 the envy of DTLA.

To schedule an appointment call 213-861-1050 or register at TEN50’s new website for the latest news and event updates.

TEN50 will bring luxury condos to Downtown LA's exciting South Park district (Photo: TEN50)

TEN50 will bring luxury condos to Downtown LA’s exciting South Park district (Photo: TEN50)

TEN50 will offer luxuriously appointed condo units (Photo: TEN50)

TEN50 will offer luxuriously appointed condo units (Photo: TEN50)

Residents will have access to TEN50's coveted amenities for true boutique urban living (Photo: TEN50)

Residents will have access to TEN50’s coveted amenities for true boutique urban living (Photo: TEN50)

Imagine yourself living at TEN50 with truly urban boutique living in Downtown LA (Photo: TEN50)

Imagine yourself living at TEN50 with truly urban boutique living in Downtown LA (Photo: TEN50)

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5 Comments

  1. sebstian says

    That parking lot can be turned into a nice pocket park for the children living in these buildings.

  2. sebstian says

    Sorry I saw it on Google not here, but there is a small parking lot across the street that can become a nice little park, or Dog park.

  3. Will Wright says

    An entire article with absolutely no mention of the architect? Please credit the architecture firm, especially when the article is dedicated to the design features. An omission of credit is a true oversight.

    • Dieter Muller says

      Will Wright,
      This is an advertisement, not an article ;)

  4. Advice to sponsors: people respond more strongly to specific concrete examples than to abstractions.

    “Surrounded by the hottest new restaurants, vibrant nightlife and inspiring culture…”
    <– this is excellent writing, but you'll leave a more lasting impression by actually naming some of these places: LA Grand Club, LA Boom Night Club, Salon Eleven, Arashi Sushi, Palm Restaurant, Aladdin's Coffee, Blue Moon Hookah Lounge, Taqueria Llamas, etc…

    Also, why no mention of your insanely high walkscore.com scores?
    (walk score of 94, transit score of 100! https://www.walkscore.com/score/1050-s-grand-ave-los-angeles-ca-90015)

    This is actually insulting. As somebody who values public transit, I feel less than welcome. The absence of the walk score or any allusion to public transit implies that this is intended as a community for drivers only.

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