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TEN50 is Downtown LA's newest condo project, a 22-story high-rise tower in the rapidly growing South Park district near Staples Center

Tour Inside Downtown LA’s Newest Condo High-Rise in South Park

I’ve been watching TEN50 rise from my apartment window for the last couple years. I’ve watched it go from a hole in the ground to a gleaming new tower developed by Trumark Urban and designed by DTLA-based Hanson LA Architecture. It’s been a constant reminder for me every time I look outside that South Park is growing and finally about to hit a critical mass that will transform a once desolate landscape dominated by lifeless parking lots into a vibrant urban community that’s dense and walkable. As an urban enthusiast who understands that mixed-use density is the main key to unlocking Downtown LA’s full potential, I am so excited that in a few months, new residents will be moving into this brand new tower.

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Ten50 Tower to Add 151 Condos to South Park in Downtown LA

Trumark Urban broke ground in mid-March on a new 22-story condo tower named Ten50 in the burgeoning South Park district of Downtown LA (Photo: Trumark Urban)

Trumark Urban broke ground in mid-March on a new 22-story condo tower named Ten50 in the burgeoning South Park district of Downtown LA (Photo: Trumark Urban)

Addressing some of the pent up demand for more condos in Downtown LA, SF-based Trumark Urban broke ground last week on a new condo tower just a stone’s throw from Staples Center and the new massive $1 billion Fig Central¬†project, which also just started construction recently. Aptly named Ten50 for its location at 1050 S Grand Ave in burgeoning South Park, plans call for a 22-story tower with three subterranean levels for parking (totaling 25 floors) and 151 condos for sale. The amenity-rich building will strive to be “boutique style” according to the developer, obviously distinguishing itself from the other much larger projects in the immediate area, including the aforementioned Fig Central that will have over 500 condo units.

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