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The Century Los Angeles
1 W Century Dr
Los Angeles CA 90067
The Century is a 42-story (481 ft) 140-unit luxury highrise condo (but I wouldn’t blame you for calling it a skyscraper) in Century City. Built-in 2010, this is one of the top five residential high-rises in Los Angles (and one of the most expensive, trading at market rates of $1,500/sqft). The building was designed by New York Architect Robert AM Stern, dean at Yale School of Architecture, who chose the oval shape. Rumor has it that the Oval shape is the best shape to maximize views while enhancing livability. The Century has truly amazing views.
The Century Century City occupies a large 4-acre site that gives it a nice barrier on all sides from the surroundings and expansive gated estate-like grounds (except with no maintenance! And you can be glad about that since there are 150 full-grown pine trees alone!).
At The Century, Estate Living is combined with a luxury high-rise. You approach by a winding private street driveway (West Century Way), that is protected by a guard gate. The Motor Court has a water feature and white-glove valet and concierge waiting for you to drop off your car so they can whisk it away. The property has a certain glamour to me, like the Beverly Hills Waldorf Astoria.
The overall construction of the Century is up to the highest standards. Every fit and finish of the Century’s construction is no expense spared, finest quality, careful attention to detail. Related developed The Century. In true jaded Hollywood fashion, this project replaced a not very old 30-story St Regis Hotel that was built in 1984 with a younger, brighter, better looking up and comer. Related bought the property in 2005 for $123 million and demolished it forgetting about remodeling in favor or a brand-new build. One reason Related decided to do away with the old building was that the 1980’s 8-foot ceilings were too low to meet modern tastes. But the real deal-breaker was the unmovable exterior metal beams that would have limited window height and views. Neighbors didn’t protest because they thought changing from a Hotel to Residential use would bring less traffic. The building took 5 years in the planning, cost $300 million to build (including land), and took 2 years to construct. This building offers every conceivable luxury amenity to its residents. This is why some liken it to living in a 5-star hotel.
Turnover? 6% or about 8 condos a year
All of the floorplans in The Century are single level (except some of the penthouses) with direct elevator access and huge double front doors. There are 4 condos on each floor, numbered A, B, C, and D.
(A) floorplans are the largest at 4BR/5BA 4,660 sqft, then B floorplans at 3BR/4BA 3,440 sqft, and then C at 2BR/3BA 2,790 sqft, and D at 2BR/3BA 2,450 sqft.
A – South/West
B – South/East
C – North/East
D – North/West
The South Facing Condos A & B have a view premium and sell for 10%-15% premiums over the North Facing Condos C & D.
Prices range from 3M – 35M. On a price per square foot basis- condos sell for $1,000/sqft for lower floors to up to $2,500/sqft for the penthouses. The average $/sqft for the building is $1,500.
Floors 3-35 (128 condos)
64x 2 BR/3BA Floorplans
32x 3 BR/4BA Floorplans
32x 4 BR/5BA Floorplans
The Century Penthouses (Now 12 Penthouses because some were combined like Candy Spelling’s Penthouse)
Floors 36 – 42 are the Penthouse levels
Most owners in the Century building have hired interior architects to completely redesigned their condos so that you can’t even recognize them from the original developer finishes. How High are ceilings? With the floorplans, every condo has a powder room, and every bedroom has an ensuite bathroom. Every condo has a master with a large walk-in closet and a private master bathroom and private patio. Since the building is so tall, I think it was difficult to put in large balconies. Each condo has two balconies- one off the living room and one for the master bedroom. The balconies are small to medium size. Living Rooms are massive with a gas fireplace. Soundproofing is excellent and you can install hard surfaces anywhere. Kitchens come with Viking Stainless Steel appliances, islands, and pantries. Off the kitchen is a separate service entrance for catering and maids to use.
24-hour guard gate, front desk, and valet
Pool and Spa with Cabanas (75-foot Long Pool)
Extensive landscaped Grounds by Pamela Burton.
Fitness Center w/Pilates and Yoga Studio and Spa treatment room
State-of-the-art Screening Room
Temperature Controlled Wine Cellar
Private Dining Room W/ Bar and Kitchen
Extra Storage Unit
Onsite Restaurant- Hinoki & The Bird (it has its own parking lot, which does not share with the residences)
Parking & Laundry
Parking is Assigned parking not deeded. Some original owners negotiated Reserved parking spots with the developer which basically makes them deeded, so check with the property manager. Condos get two assigned spaces and Penthouses get 3 assigned spaces. Since parking is Assigned, you must use the valet. Owners with reserved spots or handicap placards can park themselves. 50 max key cards $200 monthly fee? $28 fee for 1 day,
Laundry is inside each condo at the Century condos. Stacked Washer and Dryers are located inside a laundry room with cabinet space, countertop, and a sink.
Home Owners Association
The Century Concierge
1 w Century Dr. Los Angeles CA 90067
HOA dues Monthly Cost? $3,000 – $6000/mo. depending on the unit’s square footage. The HOA dues cost comes out to about $1/sqft.
HOA dues cover?
any special assessments?
Pet Policy? Up to 2 pets, more might be possible at HOA board discretion. No weight limit, but no aggressive breeds.
Rental Policy? Leases must be one year in length or longer.
EQ Insurance? Yes (included in monthly dues)
Special move in instructions?
Property Management company?
HOA is managed by Related
Christina Assitant General Manager