8899 Beverly Blvd
Olson Kundig Is Completely Transforming This '60s-Era Design Center in WeHo
The updated design of this mid-century office building maintains its original integrity while transitioning its function to a 63-unit residential complex. Originally designed by Richard Dorman and built in 1964, the building’s new design enhances connections between inside and outside. New additions are set back from the original structure, acknowledging the form of the original building while responding to a contemporary urban context. A newly welcoming and transparent street-level presence along Beverly Boulevard will include retail and restaurant space. The first mid-rise building in the neighborhood when it was originally constructed, the tower will remain an iconic building contextual to its evolving neighborhood.
The 40 condominiums within the existing building will become part of Olson Kundig's larger scheme, which also features eight single-family, two-story homes, located on adjacent Rosewood Avenue.
All residents will have access to a full suite of amenities, including a pool, a fitness center, full-time security, and front-desk staff.
Retail spaces ranging from 500 square feet to 12,000 square feet.
170 linear feet of highly visible retail frontage available along Beverly Boulevard.
Ceiling heights up to 14 feet along Beverly Boulevard.
Approximately 125 retail parking spaces available onsite (5+ parking spaces per 1,000 square feet).
Brand new building-wide mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and life safety systems.
Fully staffed, 24-hour security and surveillance.
Retail shell delivery available end of 2019 with occupancy/opening early 2020.
Brand new building with over $200 million invested in the property, designed by well known architects Olson Kundig.
Building completely up to current code compliance with regard to seismic, ADA, elevators and energy code.
$4 million investment in Beverly Boulevard streetscape including new sidewalks, bike lanes, pedestrian crossings, street trees and landscaped median, to be completed by 2020.
Opening early 2020